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Saturday, March 1, 2014

Our Orchid Plant Comes Alive



Her arrival absolutely unexpected, surprising and grand.
 Green leaves had struggled inside a tight plastic container for years. Somehow we managed without her and yet now that we've met her, things may never be the same.

Recently, her relatives burst into our life.

Wearing spring green and red lipstick these girls are looking for a party!
A delicate profusion. So artful-so alive-so incredibly beautiful.
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Is nature communicating, sharing and spreading love?

10 comments:

  1. I don't think I've ever seen such a unique flower!

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  2. Gorgeous!

    If nature is communicating, sharing and spreading love, I wonder what it says here... where I just shovelled MORE SNOW! Uggghhhhh. Enjoy your spring! ;)

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  3. Hi Eve,

    Such a pictorial delight of hope. The orchid has arrived and the awakening is just the tonic for me today. Thank you, dear lady.

    Gary

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  4. Beautiful pics, Evie. They're so you.

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  5. Whoa, that's pretty amazing. Such beauty. Flowers are so incredible.

    Lee
    An A to Z Co-Host
    Tossing It Out

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  6. Beautiful! Looks like Spring is just starting to bloom out west. Can you give us some of it here in the Midwest?

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  7. They're gorgeous, Eve!

    You're so lucky. No snow, no freezing temps...just these beautiful orchids!

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  8. What beauties! They remind me of the Bee Orchids that used to grow in the meadows when I was a little girl. I must go back one day and see if they are still there. I used to know where every plant grew, but that was a long time ago.

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  9. I have tried with orchids but can never keep them going. This is a beautiful healthy looking plant.

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