I am always gardening in one way shape or form and this weekend have a new flower in bloom in my indoor garden, namely a Cymbidium orchid. So I hope it will brighten everyone's day. Actually I am pretty excited about this plant since my growing space tends to relatively warm and Cymbidium's need cool temperatures.
But I kept the plant outside until the beginning of November to set buds before bringing it inside. I was not sure if my tactic worked, since no spike was visible when I finally gave up playing chicken with the frost and brought the plant inside.