A close up of Sarcococca confusa's unopened flowers. Sarcococca confusa flowers from December to March every year, its sweetly scented, highly fragrant flowers are beneficial to bees and to gardeners, as they lift your spirits and touch your heart as you breathe in their delicious scent.
Container Plants for Bees, Butterflies and Gardeners
This morning the second bud on my Masdevallia decumana opened. There's just one more bud which is yet to open, this one will open in the next few days. This Masdevallia decumana is pictured on the 3rd February 2016, inside my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir terrarium.
A close up of my Miniature Orchid Trial BiOrbAir Terrarium, as pictured on the 26th January 2016. The first flower on my Masdevallia decumana opened today. Inside this terrarium Lepanthopsis astrophora 'Stalky' has flower buds which will open any day now, and Domingoa purpurea is also in the early stages of producing flowers.
BiOrbAir Review – Growing Miniature Orchids in the BiOrbAir
Leaving a log pile in a quiet area of your garden, will create a habitat for many invertebrates, insects, frogs, toads, hedgehogs and other creatures. Many of us have small areas to garden in, but it's easy to create a woodpile in a quiet corner and leave a pile of autumn leaves for hedgehogs to safely nest in.
Here's my BiOrbAir terrarium after the re-arrange, as pictured on the 14th January 2016. Prior to this photograph being taken, I took out all of the plants and compost, then added brand-new coir compost, that I purchased from Reef One, and new moss. I re-planted some of my old ferns and added some new miniature orchids.