Some Orchids that grace my shadehouse
the Zygopetalum has a lovely perfume
Cymbidiums are easy to grow and last a long time
Pleione formosiana does not last long, but is so
delicate that it is a joy anyway.
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Thanks to Luiz Santilly Jr. and our Flower Team we
can all share our flowers in this wonderful meme.
Sunday, May 31, 2009
TODAY'S FLOWERS ~ 28 Some of my Orchids
Labels: Cymbidium, Pleione, Zygopetalum
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What a gift you have to be able to grow these beautiful flowers! Beautiful photos too!ReplyDelete
Probably the most exquisite flowers of all Arija - we have wild ones out in the fields at the moment. Your photos are beautiful.ReplyDelete
your flowers are so pretty..thanks for stopping by to visit...ReplyDelete
Arija, I love the first one best, it looks really mysterious! Your photos are sooo beautiful! Thanks for stopping by!ReplyDelete
My entry this week: in HERE. I hope that you can stop by as well. Thanks
Exquisite orchids Arija! You are really priviliged to grow those yourself!ReplyDelete
And some beautiful photos!
that last pic is so lovely,...well they all are, but that last one steals my heart for it's delicacy. Do you frame any of your photography?ReplyDelete
Lovely, lovely, lovely!!! Thanks for sharing the photos of these beautiful blooms!ReplyDelete
Lighting is superb.ReplyDelete
Stunning and exotic! Here I can if lucky grow them to flower indoors only!What a unique pattern and color that first is!ReplyDelete
You and I should be walking together this day as our comments on others posts seem to be next of one another!
Great energy I would say!!
a wink & a smile! aNNa
Wonderful post with beautiful flowers.
Thanks for sharing!
Thanks also for posting every week for TODAY´S FLOWERS.
Arija, these are all so gorgeous. I'm glad you have beautiful flowers around you. Great captures also.ReplyDelete
es ist wichtig neue Wege zu gehen, also zeige ich einige Bilder bei Today's Flowers.
Schön dich und deine zauberhaften Orchideen hier zu sehne.
Dir eine schöne Woche.
You have beautiful flowers. I don't have one to compare. I am thankful just to be able to come and see them here.ReplyDelete
You probably don't remember when people lived and died at home and endured wakes. I wrote about it here. http://bing-it.blogspot.com/
You have a beautiful blog! You show the world such beauty through your photography. I too am a Reiki Master...always nice to meet others that share love and light.ReplyDelete
Beautiful orchids! What a lovely garden you have. I have not seen the purple one.ReplyDelete
Very beautiful orchids!ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by my place to see my flowers!
Excellent photographs of the orchids, Arija!ReplyDelete
They are all so beautiful but I especially like the Cymbidium!ReplyDelete
I agree - you have a gift for growing such lovely blooms.
Beautiful orchids, thanks!ReplyDelete
Sorry to hear about your drought--my corner of Montana is also suffering from global warming. Precipitation is only slightly less than long-term average, but it comes more as rain than as snow, and temperatures are significantly warmer.
Wonderful orchids Arija...they certainly are a joy to behold!ReplyDelete
Just read your post on the dams. I do pray the Lord sends good rain for you very soon...good soaking, life giving rain!
Exquisite flowers and photos, Arija! And you have a gift indeed for both growing beautiful flowers and incredible photos! Hope you've had a great weekend and wishing you a lovely week ahead!ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos of your orchids! Thanks for your kind words today and also for your interest in the Bearberry plant. It does have red berries, and they are edible.ReplyDelete
Beautiful flowers! I like the last ones well...they seem so calm and royal, purple anyway...ReplyDelete
oh wow!!! I loveeeeeeeeeee orchids....they are so wonderful and their blooms last and last....ReplyDelete
Orchids are one of my favorites and yours are lovely!ReplyDelete
Arija, your photos are always beautiful, but today they are superb!ReplyDelete
Good week for you!
Such beautiful, delicate flowers. It's an art to beable to grow them.ReplyDelete
Wow, these are gorgeous. I especially like that first one. Stunning!ReplyDelete
I can't believe that with everything else you do, you have this talent, too! Your orchids are exquisite!ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous orchids you have Arija. They are stunning! Thank you so much for sharing them. Have a great week.ReplyDelete
...these are gorgeous...you have the touch for growing orchids!ReplyDelete
Very beautiful flowers. You are very lucky to have such a variety.ReplyDelete
Pretty good thanks!ReplyDelete
They are so delicate to look at. I am jinxed with orcchids. Everytime I get given one it dies.ReplyDelete
Your orchids are really gorgeous and your photos are fantastic as usual!ReplyDelete
Thanks for your comment. I'll go back and get a photo of the tree and leaves and see if that helps.ReplyDelete
*GASP* Oh, you LUCKY, LUCKY girl! You must have a gentle, magic touch. These orchids are stunning and incredible. Be still my heart!ReplyDelete
Oh these are spectacular... they hold such an exquisite beauty.ReplyDelete
Very pretty, my friend.
Those are some orchids, alright! I can't seem to find the right word to describe them. Hmmm ... Just wish I have those in my very own garden ...ReplyDelete
Lovely, so exotic!ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness, such beauties you have there. Exquisite! MBReplyDelete
what a stunning orchids. i love the pink color. great post for this entry.ReplyDelete
Beautiful orchids...thanks for stopping by.ReplyDelete
love the third post, they are so lovely purple flowers. but i love all your posts. happy monday.ReplyDelete
what a stunning flowers.ReplyDelete
Beautiful! I love your My World photos too! I have got to start playing along on that one! Thanks for stopping by :-)ReplyDelete
So lovely to look at, thank you for sharing, MBReplyDelete
Your orchids are beautiful. I never had the skill to grow themReplyDelete
The orchids in your garden are just stunning!ReplyDelete
So very pretty! I love them all but the second picture is my favourite :)ReplyDelete
Orchids are amazingly varied and so delicate, great photos.ReplyDelete