This plant was a well developed keiki on its mother, who I got from Aunty BB. I am not sure where I want to set her up for good, so for now she is tied to a side of the trellis. 2016 jun 6
The other day, my Aunt calls, distressed because she has to get rid of her plants. “Of course, I’ll take the orchids,” I say.
These are what she brought. #nicknames #organizing #newhashtageverytime
Above: a very mature #oncidium
This plant interests me very much because it is apparently originally from my Popo’s garden, making it over 20 years old. I can confirm my popo’s use of concrete pots. She had many yellow “popcorn orchid” in front of their home on Kawainui Street in these same concrete pots when I was a little kid over 30 years ago. My cousins and I used to play with the little black beetles that would come crawling out of the gravel in the pots after Popo had done her morning misting. Daniel and Kaipo would try and convince us younger kids that we should eat them.
We’ll call this plant #MargaretKamila, and hope it turns up yellow
Above: some #cattleya
Above: a #dendrobium with a will to survive. 3 keiki just starting on the far left. We’ll give her a name, because we’ll be tracking her progress.