It is winter and cold outside. Time to prune my roses and tidy up the garden to allow the plants to have a good rest but I am pleased that the indoor plants are alright.
The flowering plants are cymbidium orchids, cyclamens, and camellia sasanqua.
New Budds and flowers Cymbidium Orchids
Phalaenopsis is back to flower, it is white so pure and serene.
Cyclamen the Queen of Winter Flowers
It has been flowering since March, it gives brightness in a front garden.
I am very pleased with my latest addition of my indoor plants, the fiddle leaf fig. The palm is not doing badly it looks good.
The vegetable garden is Ok, but I don’t have any new plants there, only herbs and they are ready to rest in winter, however, my nasturtium plants, look healthy and they have a lot of flowers. I have a lot more orchids which are in buds and now they are inside the house away from frost. Cymbidium orchids are easy plants to grow, but still they do need protections.
More plants to care for outside. Pruning two dozen rose plants or more keep me busy every year, so far is so good.
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