New Years Eve

Roger gave me this copper gauge to use with my indoor garden.

Although the sprouted stalk was blanched and at a right angle to the bulb when planted, a few days of light solved the problem.

Since orchids spend a lot of time out of bloom, you may as well, for some kind of interest, use a unique pot such as this porous pressed clay bisque. The Phalaenopsis has sent up two bloom spikes by the way.

It has been raining at which time I collect rainwater for my indoor garden and store in glass containers among my plants. The open ones contribute to a higher humidity.  A ceiling fan is usually on low circulating the air.  Notice the blueish twilight background. It reminded me there is a blue moon tonight, second full moon in the month.

I have been watching Winged Migration, a favorite nature documentary.

Listen To Be By Your Side

Thanks, Rachel. I love it and will watch it again and again.

I also like to watch Audrey Hepburn in Gardens of the World when the world turns gray.

It was only a few months ago my bleak surroundings looked like this.

So I wistfully remember the past year and look forward with great expectation to 2010.

Happy New Year

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Gardening in Tennessee Zone 6 at an average of 744.65' above sea level.
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6 Responses to New Years Eve

  1. mothernaturesgarden says:

    It is cloudy and rainy here also Betsy so we can’t see the moon.

  2. Hi Donna, Just stopping by to say HAPPY NEW YEAR…. We can’t see the Blue Moon here tonight…. Too darn cloudy and rainy… Yuk!!!!!

    Hope 2010 is as good to you as 2009 was…. That precious grandbaby I’m sure is a highlight for you.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

  3. mothernaturesgarden says:

    They are on sale now you know.

  4. mothernaturesgarden says:

    Thanks for noticing, Autumn Belle.

  5. Autumn Belle says:

    Your blog have a new look for the new year. Wishing you A Very Happy and Healthy New Year 2010! May all your wishes come true!

  6. CurtissAnn says:

    Catching up on a few of your posts. Oh, I really must get at least one bulb to grow for winter! Wishing you a very blessed New Year.

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