Indoor Blooms

While the spring bulbs are in full force outside, there are plenty of blooms inside as well.

Bonnie inspired me to post a photo of the orchids on my windowsill. Most of these started blooming about a month ago, and will continue to bloom for at least another month. I have a couple of others that bloom in the fall, as well.


These are all “grocery store” orchids, most of which I’ve had for at least a year or two. The lady slipper on the left (green and white) is new this year. The others are all Phalaenopsis orchids, which are really pretty easy to grow.

I’ve had good luck with my orchids reblooming and lasting for at least a few years, but even if I didn’t, they’re still a great bargain. If you buy an orchid when the blooms are just starting, and there are a lot of buds, you can pretty much expect 2 to 3 months of flowers. So even if you toss the plant out or give it away when the flowers are gone, it’s still a lot of bloom for the buck.


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6 Responses to Indoor Blooms

  1. Rachel says:

    They look so pretty on your window. The only thing I manage to do is kill them and very efficiently too.

  2. Chris says:

    Oh, they’re so pretty! Even if they were non-toxic to plants (I’m not sure, but suspect they’re toxic), my cats would DECIMATE them in under 24 hours. They LOVE plants. Very hard.

  3. Carole says:

    Those are so pretty! I’m tempted now to buy some orchids, I know they have had them at my grocery store lately.

  4. Bonny says:

    Absolutely gorgeous! I’ve resisted the lady slippers at the grocery store so far this year, but based on how lovely yours looks, I will be giving in soon. Thanks for sharing your beautiful blooms!

  5. Marilyn says:

    Obviously you have a green thumb! đŸ™‚ So pretty!

  6. zeneedle says:

    A lot more blossoms have popped since I saw them last. They’re really show case of beautiful blossoms!

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