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That must have been a lovely surprise!
Two gorgeous little show-oofs 🙂 ! Are they a genus of phalaenopsis ? Most beautifully dramatic colour pattern! Before our years of floods and droughts arrived had a garden full of cymbidium pots here . . . the most common genus in my part of Australia . . . should restore . . . beautiful !
Yes, they are. Cymbidium are very grand and beautiful. I have tried them once too, but winter killed them – the darkness I guess. Do you have photos of them? Maybe they would live in my glass house? The big bottlebrush is now budding!
Cymbidiums are regarded the ‘kitchen variety’ orchid and very much the cheapest here whilst your beauties are grown by very few. Mine certainly took temps to -4-5C or so – it would depend how low your greenhouse sinks! Try 1-2 pots !!! Photos> methinks lost most when an unbacked album got ‘losted’ way back !!!
This is such an amazing photo. Anita
Thank you, they escaped my eye!
Have they escaped? 🙂 They’re beautiful. My husband bought me a small orchid several years ago and I’ve faithfully watered it. Just about a year ago it bloomed for the second time and it’s working towards its third bloom now. 🙂 The gift that’s kept on giving.
A lovely gift. Orchids are rewarding. These two flowers escaped my eye!
Very special and beautiful!
I did not know they were there!