Photos of plants to inspire and amuse.
Dude smells like an explosion in a perfume factory, especially at night.
The whole spread is about an inch across.
Eevery day I think to myself, I should really photograph that.
Back in May, my friend Zach sent me some pollen from one of his Phalaenopsis orchids in the mail.
The carrots are about the only thing doing well in the vegetable garden right now.
That tiny fluff is just the packaging – the seeds are too tiny to be visible to the naked eye.
My Alocasia melo bloomed today. I just love his adorable little polka-dotted winkie.
I received the deflasked seedlings today and there were at least two dozen individual plants there.
This time I crossed two small Dendrobium and it looks like it worked!
The larger my orchid collection grows, the more I appreciate the small ones.