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Friday, October 21, 2011

Orchid Blooms (Aranda Orchid)

It been ages (or never seemed) that my orchids bloomed. This is actually rescued - someone had thrown it away and I had collected it by the roadside. The condition of the plant was bad (dried up leaves, dead roots) and it required a lot of pruning of which even I was not sure of. Somehow, I was amazed when a flower spike shoot up. And these lasted almost a month for me to enjoy. The Bleeding Hearts eventually had taken over the other orchids which I tied along the fence. And this one constantly blooms with bouquets of flowers


Autumn Belle said...

Wow, your orchids are celebrating with your. My orchids are blooming too. Your bleeding heart vines are also doing well. Happy Deepavali to you and family!

Malar said...

Wow! This is a real success story! The Orchid bloom is really brilliant in colour!

painted princess collection said...

I quite often visit your site and am very much inspired by your gardenand interesting posts.I have a request to make .Could you just include a post on making terrarium suitable for tropical country. I had tried many times without any success.Thanks in advance

James David said...

Thanks Autumn Belle & Malar.
Thanks a lot for the help on the Adsense Google, Belle. Appreciate very much.

Thanks Anandhirajan for your comment.
See what I can do concerning your request.

Jacqueline said...

The vibrant shade of your orchids is so lovely, James. Seems to be rewarding you well for your kindness. I rarely see this rich shade of reddish orange in orchids. Bleeding Heart still thriving well too... congrats, it's not easy to prevent them from looking straggly.

Stephanie said...

The orchid has outstanding colour. I am so happy for you that this orchid has finally bloomed for you. My little bleeding heart plant is suffering from lack of sunshine. Yours look marvellous. Have a great week!

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