Mabuhay!On with the show :
This garden snail is so big but i dont want to kill it though i see a number of them in my garden. Sorry mother nature, if i "accidentally" stepped on them. Actually, if i see a centipede or a scorpion or get my face tangled in a spider web in the morning i just let them be except for snakes or poisonous critters that can kill me.
When i bought this at a very cheap price since i had a feeling that they just got this from the forest and as a "conservationist" somehow, i was not really expecting it to live especially when i was so very busy with work and other priorities. This one thrive on neglect. I put it on a high branch of my mango tree and i assure you i can only count how many times i was able to water this fellow. Since then, i put most of my orchids with "chamber like bodies" on places where it will not be disturbed and be watered unintentionally. Though i don't know the name of this baby. I am hoping it will really thrive under my care.
as you can see, i put my newly purchased orchid again on a high branch of my mango tree. (the one with the long, small flowers)
my usual blooming orchid
can't wait for summer for this baby to flower in full-force:
Have a Blessed Christmas and a Healthy and Joyful New Year to us all.
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"Those who truly love small life are deep lovers of Mother Nature" Takashi Amano