Post Your most inspiring photos of Nature

#479

From my walk with the pups today at this little no name lake no one goes to…these pics don’t do it justice!

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#480


Blooming Amaryllis bulb before my window.

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#482

Whoa how deep is that snow :flushed: We don’t get snow where I live nor have I ever been in it, looks beautiful and that cabin so cosy!

#483

Its about 4 to 5 feet depends on the part of the yard you are stuck in…lol​:grinning::grinning:

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#484


On the hill above the village church. Better if the sun was shining.
To the right are some white House’s which is where you can find us

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#485

May I ask how you water it? I have a few myself, just in a large pot. I have a major green thumb))

#486

I don’t have to water it! Just bought it and put it into light. That’t it! :grinning:

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#488

Oh, wow! I guess, as long as there’s enough moisture in the air.

#489

No, there is moisure and food in the bulb :grinning:
And it needs light, that’s all!

#490

I guess, you’d have to throw it away after it’s done? I regrow the same bulb every year, so depleting it of water and nutrients is not an option in my case)

#491

Looks like a scene from Escape to the Country!

#492

Ha yeah. People pay over the odds to move to the country from the cities and I’ve always lived here.
Thing I realised when I took this pic is that I take it for granted. I mean I’ll drive off to Wales or the lakes but don’t appreciate what I’ve got literally on my back door!

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#493

Took a long weekend to Seattle to visit my best friend.

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#495

My babies. Proud to say, the orchids are 5 yrs old and faithfully rebloom every year :ok_hand:

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#498

Never tried to do it twice with the same bulb, so I don’t know. Maybe if I would let the bulb regenerate after blooming in soil?

#499

I’d put it in soil now, before it completely dries out. Mine are 7 yrs old. I also dig them out between blooms and let hibernate in a cool dark place.

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