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.
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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