Reasons to be cheerful part 1
Normally I don't "do" houseplants....I am that woman who managed to kill off an aloevera which is quite a feat I understand. It was with some trepidation that I brought home this orchid from a very kind client. My instinct was to find it a new owner as quickly as possible so that at least it would have a chance at surviving, but Mr GBT talked me out of it. I'm glad he did for as you see it has rewarded me with a cascade of beautiful white flowers.
Hope everyone has a good weekend.
I'm absolutely useless with aloe vera and cacti so I think them being easy to care for is a myth! That's a wonderful gift, how lovely to be appreciated.xxxReplyDelete
If it starts to feel like too much of a responsibility I'll give it to my parents as they've already got several orchids. ArilxDelete
I used to love having houseplants..the more the merrier...but after crispy leaves...rotten bottoms, red spider, and scaly mite I gave up. xReplyDelete
It's not my thing really, but I am appreciating the beauty of it. I shall see how I go. ArilxDelete
It's lovely and less showy than many orchids I've seen. ArilxDelete
WOW! That is amazing!!! I've never seen an orchid with so many flowers. (PS: You KILLED an aloe vera??!!! I've just turned one plant into 3 pots and I gave half of them away on top of all of it. The original plant had over grown the pot so much it was unbalanced and tipping over.)ReplyDelete
Alas I fear I have black thumbs and no green fingers! ArilxReplyDelete