Standard Posted by SmallHouseBigGarden Posted on September 12, 2012 Posted under Life at Big Garden Comments 20 Comments Wordless Wednesday: September 12, 2012 A month ago, I bought an unusual “clearance” orchid at the local Winn-Dixie.. The first of 6 buds opened yesterday: Want to know more about this orchid? Click the link above the picture! Until next time….. :). Related articles My Very First Wordless Wednesday! (smallhousebiggarden.wordpress.com) When You Least Expect It! (Wordless Wednesday) (mylittlereviewcorner.wordpress.com) Looking for the Ultimate Truth (gaininginsights.com) Share this post via social media!FacebookTwitterPinterestEmailPrintMoreTumblrRedditLinkedInPocketLike this:Like Loading... GardeningOrchidsPhalaenopsisphotographyWordless Wednesday Post navigation ← Orchids and Succulents in the September Garden. Weekly Photo Challenge: Near and Far → 20 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: September 12, 2012” If there is anything more beautiful than a virginal white phalaenopsis with faint blushes of gold I’m a brass monkey. I’m sorry, I can’t understand how someone could imagine a blue version would be an improvement … 🙂 I agree! Some of the hybridizing and manipulations in the flower world are ridiculous! Take a look at this crazy thing! I never would’ve thought it a tulip!!! Monstrosity 🙂 Ah there it is! and apart from the blue leaves it looks exactly like the one in my kitchen. These are the main variety we can get here and of course only survive indoors. They’re really pretty, yeah? I like the pure white alot! I’m new to orchid growing and only recently learned that phals will rebloom within 8-12 weeks if you cut the spike below the spot where the last flower grew. It’s best to leave two nodes (the brownish lines) on the stem for better odds: one of them should initiate some new growth leading to flowers! I’m DEF trying this after the flowers die! Reblogged this on My Blog spiritandanimal.wordpress.com. WOW! want all my friends to see this photo! Hilarious! Makes me happy! Thank you! and the reblogging is appreciated, too! Beautiful. It glows! I know, right? It really is a bright white in person, as well as on the screen! Lovely orchid. It’s so elegant. 🙂 So much nicer than if it was blue! Beautiful! Thank you 🙂 Beautiful. White color interprets peace. So I hope this flower is going to bring lots of peace to you! 🙂 Hi Arindam, peaceful is a perfect description for orchids. They definitely exude a serenity with their quiet beauty. 🙂 Beautiful, just beautiful ! Thanks, Claire! 🙂 Stunning! 😉 Thank you! Comments are closed.