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September 16, 2007



Yes, this is way better than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick! That first picture of the orchid is outstanding.

Thanks for joining in for Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day... or Weekend!

Carol at May Dreams Gardens


Beautiful photo. I've never seen an orchid like that before. Also, what is the last one? Is it a Fuchsia?


Hi there,

I too have been late this month :-)

That is quite a list of flowering blooms. Ah..but as for the orchid :-) I look after my plants outside but the ones inside just take their chances. Orchids seem to be just the plant for me and they give such a lomg flowering period too. They seem to survive on my neglet :-)


lovely orchid!


Love this orchid. I have never had one bloom again. Maybe neglect is the key word.

Yolanda Elizabet

Better late than never! Love that orchid, very pretty. You have a lot in bloom still, how lovely.

Is that a pink nasturtium I see in your garden?

BTW my blooms are up too.

Annie in Austin

That's a really unusual orchid, Chigiy - it looks too much like some tropical reptile to be pretty, but sure is eye-catching!

The yellow one is also an orchid, right? Now that's lovely.

Annie at the Transplantable Rose


Thank you for hosting GBBD.

Yes the last one is a fuchia.

I love orchids. They do give a long bloom period.

Thank you.

I will have to give you an orchid and show you how to take care of it. They are really easy. It is all in the kind of light they get.

Yolanda Elizabet
It is a pink nasturtium. I love them. I planted them in several places in my yard. And they come back every year.

The yellow one is also an orchid. I don't know what kind they are because most of my orchids are rescue orchids, given to me by people who couldn't get them to re-bloom.


Now that's a saying I haven't heard before. I'll have to try using it - probably won't take long since I seem to be running late for most things these days.

The pink verbena is looking lovely and I wish I could grow Hibiscus. The photograph of the fuchsia is beautiful.


Notice the hibiscus is inside. Uh-huh, that's right.

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