This morning I walked out to enjoy this glorious 'way-to-warm-for-this-time-of-year' day and was pleasantly surprised to see some wonderful colors and smells emerging in our garden. The first is a small but potently sweet smelling orchid called, Encyclia cordigera/species- syn. Epidendrum atropurpureum; born September 2003.
|Encyclia cordigera/species- |
syn. Epidendrum atropurpureum
|About 3 inch flowers, super cool colors and amazingly|
soft sweet scent but so thick you can smell it 10ft away.
|Encyclia cordigera/species-syn. Epidendrum atropurpureum |
This little orchid is mounted in my Beautyberry bush.
|Watermelon Palm, |
|A close up of the new Watermelon Palm frond.|