plants I have been growing for a while. Some flowers I enjoyed during the long cold winter and disappointing spring.
In the past I was able to put plants outside earlier in the year and get that vigorous healthy grow that sunlight provides.
I always enjoy the Brassavola grandiflora, a native orchid from Southern Mexico and other nearby countries that regularly flowers every few months. The blooms are strongly perfumed at night, a scent that reminds of allspice and cinnamon
I am growing several Maxillarias that seem to be easy to flower.
And I really like my red mangrove (Rhizopghora mangle) seedlings growing faster than I thought in a jar of water. On beaches in Florida, even in South Beach , there are dozens of these mangrove propagules washed up on the sand. to the untrained eye they may look like some piece of seaweed, but if put in a pot or glass with water they will grow roots and leaves
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