By the end of spring most orchid plants have grown some new things besides flowers. For Phalaenopsis that probably means roots and maybe a new leaf, and for other orchids it might mean a new growth. Continue reading “The greenhouse in June”
Spring is a busy time on a farm; the days get longer and the amount of work expands accordingly.
So much to do this time of year, especially after working in Raleigh all winter long. I got my garden seedlings planted at the correct time this year and ended up with the most beautiful batch of seedling ever. With Flora’s help in weeding, most of the planting beds are ready and much of the garden is producing. Following are some photos of what happens in my life each spring.
This is what was in bloom as I walked through the greenhouse today. Many things have faded since the last documented walk-through, but many new and wonderful things have replaced them!
Lots of showy Cattleyas and Dendrobiums this time of year. I took these in the greenhouse today.
These are a few of the things that popped out at me as I walked through the greenhouse today. Sadly, the Blc Haiku Dawn is the only one I have spares of that I could sell. Click the thumbnails to see larger images.