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CHURCHILL’S part 2

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I attended a free talk today on Orchids.  What a beautiful and peaceful place to enjoy, on a winter’s day.  You need to swing by if you are local and have never stepped inside.  They are all very friendly and you will get a warm welcome from all including Oliver

 

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He will say Hello and even laugh when you do.  Not sure he liked my flash but he never stopped talking and even said Good-Bye.

 

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Baby Tears sit here with Venus flytraps

 

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Cactus too

 

 

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Are you looking for COLOR now that your Christmas tree is down these are very pretty.

 

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Plants of all types can be found here.

 

 

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Lush Green Plants are great for cleaning the air you need to breathe

 

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I wonder if this will hold my monster Spider plant

 

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Orange and Yellow pop and the pretty fountain too

 

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So precious placed in a beautiful garden.  I must shop for my new English Garden I will be adding here at home.

 

 

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I must say Oliver has the prettiest home I wouldn’t mind staying her either.

 

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Thanks to CHURCHILL’S for allowing me to take photos of their beautiful shop in Exeter, New Hampshire.  Stop in I am sure you will love it as well and if you are reading this from another part of the US stop in one of your local garden centers and for those of you who follow me from all over the world should you find yourself in NH call me I will show you around.

 

PEACE

Eunice

 

 

 

 

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It is mid January here in New Hampshire and Churchill’s advertised a “FREE” talk on growing Orchids, I had to attend.  Nancy told us all about different types of orchids and their needs.  Water, food and light and airflow.   They are delicate but there are so many we can grow here, if we can give them the right mix of all of these.

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We were taught to pick between bark and charcoal mix or long moss for growing orchids in.  We need to feed them so they grow strong with bright green leaves but not real dark leaves though.  We learned that after the blossoms are gone and after a short rest,  we can gently remove it from their pot and trim off any soft, unhealthy looking roots, and give them a little bath to remove all old bark mix and prepare it to go back into the pot with fresh mix added.  A great way to give them enough humidity she said was to set out a tray of stones,  deep enough to hold a little water and sit the plant on top of the stones,  just not in the water.  These are plants that love tropical surroundings, so the more you can do to your home to get it as close to the real thing,  the happier your orchids will be.  They will show you with beautiful blooms and bright green leaves.

 

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This plant was so beautiful,  forgive me for the light, after all  we were in a beautiful greenhouse that was so warm and toasty. A perfect place to spend a few hours shopping for plant for your home.  They are having a sale right now and with the photos I will add to the two blogs I am doing on Churchill’s , you will see that they have so many beautiful choices. More on part 2

 

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This orchid is growing in a clear pot and you can clearly see by the roots that once the blooms have faded and rested a new pot with fresh bark mix will be on order as well as a pot just a little bigger.

 

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A beautiful plant looking for a new home to grace,  as well as the supplies you can buy here to keep it beautiful,  for many years to come.  Who said New Hampshire is too cold for pretty plants.

 

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After the talk we went shopping.  This greenhouse is filled with all different kinds of plants for your home.  African Violets are on my left,  some Boston Ferns on my right.  A pretty plant stand holds a fern.  It is not just about plants,  it is about your home.  Statuary and fountains as well as gorgeous pots are  here too.

 

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For me and the others who attended the talk today it was all about the ORCHID

 

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So pretty aren’t they and 25% off

 

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I swear these are my prettiest house plants, don’t let my enormous Spider plant hear me.

 

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This one found a new home with me!  I think it will look lovely in my Turquoise living room with all the windows.

 

 

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Tiny ones and Tall ones

 

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OH I want to make one of these, see them sitting on the table here.

 

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This is a Pitcher Plant have you ever seen one before?  Do you have one?

Ok time to post this part one and start on part 2 of my afternoon at CHURCHILL’S in Exeter NH

Stop by and see the wonderful people who work here.

 

Peace

Eunice

 

 

Signs Seen While Walking JT

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Something about this doorway is intriguing JT

she wants to step inside I think her daddy taking her shopping too

much. Pet stores and the Tractor Store now she thinks

all door lead to a new toy.

 

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Very nice store but JT helped to keep me on track

with weigh-ins on Tuesdays I must have a Apple

and not CANDY.

 

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Another tasty place, if you are in the neighborhood stop in.

 

 

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Fun store for TOYS that the children will love!

 

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Wonderful drinks can be found just inside the door.

This is a place you must stop in for a snack and a pretty cocktail

or a local beer.

 

 

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Downtown Exeter NH is always a busy place.

 

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Another section along the block.

 

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Art Classes offered too.

 

 

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All Day Breakfast  I must try this someday.

 

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Masons Meeting Place

 

 

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Old buildings line the downtown area.

 

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We are so ornate in these parts  but not to worry we are not unfriendly as some would have you think.

We really are a friendly bunch who call New England home.  Do not let the horns bother you it is how we say

HI

 

Peace

 

Eunice

 

 

 

 

 

We Headed In On Foot

Originally posted on 20 Lines A Day:

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JT and I walking into Exeter NH

 

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Quaint little New Hampshire town.

Brick buildings downtown all of which are occupied, not bad in this economy.

Ron dropped us off so we could walk and I could capture some images with JT

while he went to scrap some GOLD!

It was a cold New England day but with sun shining it was simply gorgeous!

 

 

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We have had some really bad floods in our area.

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I should  have shot video as the water was flowing under the ice

it was awesome to watch.

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Huge ice was breaking apart

 

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Freezing to brush, small trees and others moving with the flow of the river.

 

 

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I Love the color combo on this home.  In New England we have areas

where only colors from the Colonial Days can be used on homes  in the

Historical Districts.

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Falls where water levels are controlled

 

 

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It was a cold day but the walk was just what we needed wish he had taken longer

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Smart Ducks sitting in the sunshine

 

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Silly ones in the Shade and Water

 

 

Exeter NH
The town I live in used to be a part of this town.
So much history in this area of NH. This is the river that flows through it.

A little HISTORY took place here

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Each year the Town of Exeter NH  goes back to a time in our history

we should never forget.

July just after the 4 TH  so if you are in the area after the holiday is over CHECK it  out!

 

Museum  is in downtown area so park and take a stroll and stop in.

 

 

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