Monday, November 3, 2014

You Know It's Getting to be Cold When the Orchids Show up





11 comments:

Ms. A said...

Lovely orchids! Loved your snow pics, but glad it's not that cold here, yet. My body is already taking a hit just from the cooler weather!

June said...

Gorgeous orchids! And I thought they were flowers of the tropics...

B. Rogers, Living in Black Mountain said...

How do you get them to bloom? Mine is just growing leaves that are giagantic!

Vicki Lane said...

Barb, I don't always get them to re-bloom. But when I do, it's because I have fertilized them faithfully (once a week) with orchid fertilizer.

Vicki Lane said...

Barb, I don't always get them to re-bloom. But when I do, it's because I have fertilized them faithfully (once a week) with orchid fertilizer.

Vicki Lane said...

Barb, I don't always get them to re-bloom. But when I do, it's because I have fertilized them faithfully (once a week) with orchid fertilizer.

Brian Miller said...

nice...the orchids are pretty....warming back up just a bit here today....

Deanna said...

Your orchid is very pretty. Love the snow pictures but not the snow. Enjoying cooler Fall temps here but no snow - perfect.

Jim Egerton said...

Sometimes Joan's orchids thrive and sometimes not.

B. Rogers, Living in Black Mountain said...

Thanks Vicki...I haven't tried that yet. And you caught whatever Peter had, with duplicate comment postings!

Victoria said...

What beautiful orchids. My husband's grandmother used to grow them in her backyard! Of course, she lived in Pasadena, where it rarely gets down to the 40's, let alone below freezing.

Did you get a lot of snow like Tennesse did? Stay warm!