The greenhouse is starting to fill up. The HH moved an additional table out to the greenhouse over the weekend and I’ve slowly been bringing out flats of plants I started under grow lights and hardening them off before it’s time to plant them in the ground.
In about another month or so this baby will be packed!
I know it’s hard to see but the strawberries I started in gutters are beginning to fill out nicely.
Pretty soon flowers will be forming.
BASIL! Wahoooo! I’ll be thinning it and re-potting it soon.
The first round of tomato plants are in the greenhouse. These are my guinea pigs. If they don’t die I’ll set out the rest of them in the greenhouse house until it’s time to plant the tomatoes outside, around Mother’s Day here in the Northwest.
Onions or leeks, I can’t remember at this point. Those need to get planted in the ground as well.
And last but not least, Zinnias. I’m excited about growing these this year.
Do YOU have a greenhouse?
Where are you starting your seeds this year? Inside, outside?
Mavis wants to know.
If you are looking for a greenhouse but don’t want to spend a ton of dough on one, I highly recommend the 5 foot Pop Up Flower House. Before we had our greenhouse installed I used a smaller version of this and loved it. Plus, the reviews are great and you could even grow lettuce in the winter with this baby!
- Quick and Easy Set up on Soil or Hard Surfaces in minutes
- Protects your plants and extends your growing season.
- Clear PVC material with UV protection for longer life.
- Promotes and maintains high humidity levels to create a superior growing environment.
- Open floor allows greenhouse to be setup over existing trees and bushes.
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