Striped Orchid Flowers Jigsaw Puzzle

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Jigsaw puzzle for free online of orchids. This close up view details the delicate pink stripes and bright pink centers of each flower.

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Genaya
Sep 23, 2016
Nice one.
pixipixil
Oct 5, 2015
I'm only good at the easy stuff. Never dared orchids. Can't even manage African violets or marantas (prayer plants). My house is kept as dry as possible and they all seem to like humidity although NY is scarcely ever low on that!
Wishing you a day of delicate beauty.
Annie1749
Oct 5, 2015
I'm sitting here in my computer room among 4 African Violets, a prayer plant and a snake plant. We just moved from a house that had a northern window for the violets and I was afraid thy wouldn't bloom here, but it has been 6 weeks and they are thriving on a table that faces the east. In fact I should transplant them into bigger pots so they can spread out. I would love to try growing an orchid someday.
retirenow14
Oct 6, 2015
Eastern facing windows are excellent for African Violets. Mine lasted about six years until I lost interest because I was doing a lot of overtime and wasn't home much.
pixipixil
Oct 6, 2015
I had a home with west facing windows and that is the only time I ever had any that bloomed and didn't die. I have tried everything I can think of with marantas in more than one house and more than one room but they die every time.
ParsonWayne
Mar 28, 2016
Annie, even prayer plants don't stand a chance around my non-green thumb. I could kill an artificial flower.
Annie1749
Mar 28, 2016
I did that once....I over watered it!!!!
pixipixil
Mar 30, 2016
I can say that I have finally managed to not kill a maranta. I bought it on sale from Home Depot And kept it in the plastic container with the same soil. Daily I water the leaves by running them under the tap then put one handful of water in the pot. So far it is thriving.
llgregg
Oct 5, 2015
Love orchids hanging in the trees outside!
pixipixil
Oct 5, 2015
Lucky you. llgregg. Where do you live?
trynfindit
Oct 5, 2015
Ditto to pixi, llgregg. You must be in a continually warm climate.
llgregg
Nov 4, 2015
I used to live in the middle of Texas, so the orchids stayed outside until the weather dipped below 40 degrees. This is cooler weather here in the Seattle area, although the climate is definitely warming. Having temperatures near 100 in the summers here now stinks, and here is precious little air conditioning. Who needed it? Well, since the world is heating up, we Northwesterners do!
pixipixil
Nov 4, 2015
Were you in Midland where all the oil rigs are? We stayed overnight there and went to Mass there. We looked at a couple of homes but didn't see ourselves in them. One was made of a cleaned out oil drum. The property had 10 acres and a watering hole for horses. Unusual to say the least. I liked the horses.
llgregg
Dec 3, 2015
Living in an oil drum? Not something most of us would link to comfort and good taste, but, heck! It's a free country, and SOMEone must have used it. Hope your life is shining and joyous with the hope and love of the season. San Antonio is hours away from Midland toward the middle of Texas. Good luck! May God bless and keep you..
pixipixil
Dec 4, 2015
Looked at San Anton as a retirement possibility. Love the city but wanted to only be nearby but have a country type home. Went to Banderas to look. A bit more drive than we wanted and none of the places were what we were after. Fredericksburg looked nice along the river but the heat was unbearable there. Tried the other side past Florian, too. Did 2 trips to TX.
ParsonWayne
Mar 28, 2016
The only drums I live with are inside my ears.
nightmare
Oct 12, 2015
All those colored veins just confused my eyes. But it is so pretty.
Coravee
Oct 8, 2015
I had this theory that I would make better time on the beautiful stuff like this. Blew that theory!
KwkClkrSwkr68
Oct 7, 2015
Pretty flowers, but the puzzle was lot more difficult than I expected it to be.
needler529
Oct 6, 2015
Those are about the prettiest flower I've ever seen.
nlbuchanan
Oct 6, 2015
My Dad's partner loved orchids. He would buy her some and they would die. He would buy some more and they would die. The only thing she could grow were African violets. Those can be really hard to grow in this climate but she had some beauties when she passed away.

God bless you all the the lovely sight and scent of flowers in your life.
retirenow14
Oct 6, 2015
Orchids are not long living flowers. They are so delicate that a medium rain will sometimes do them in. But for a week or so, should the weather be gentle, their beauty holds forth.
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