Indoor Plants of 2011
Just more chronicling of my gardening ventures, both indoors and out. The kitchen window has plants in it all year round, though they start looking a little peaky in deep winter. The sun’s back now, though, and I can’t wait to pop some fragrant narcissi and primroses into those hanging pots. Maybe as soon as this weekend!
Playing around with the color filter settings on my new camera.
Three different orchids decorated the window this Thanksgiving.
From left to right, a Miltonia hybrid, a mini Phalaenopsis, and a very prolific Oncidium.
You can see their pretty colors best in the morning light here.
The mini narcissi I had in the window last spring!
I took lots of pictures because i only got to enjoy them for a few days before leaving on a film shoot.
They smelled so nice. Can’t wait to have these again.
My lucky bamboo, numbering three for happiness. Sadly, one died over the winter.
My calamondin plant is going strong. This was from last summer and it’s almost time to find a bigger pot again.
Some chives in a pot for easy cooking access. I’ll have a nice big patch of these at the new house.
I started growing my own lavender in a pot — it’s actually survived all this winter.