This time I crossed two small Dendrobium and it looks like it worked!
The Geranium maderense in my back yard is putting on quite a show.
After a week or so, there was a fine orange dust at the bottom of the paper cone. In that teaspoon of dust were hundreds of thousands of seeds.
You knew I couldn’t watch that Synandrospadix vermitoxicus bloom without doing a timelapse video of it, right?
If fish did sweat, I now know what it would smell like.
I used to joke that gardening is cheaper than therapy. Now I realize that it is therapy.
The larger my orchid collection grows, the more I appreciate the small ones.
As I watched him run in frightened circles in the bucket, digging at the soil with tiny worried hands, my heart sunk.
Sometime last night, the pod popped open, scattering tiny seeds on the leaves below.