|The Greenhouse at Night|
|Tomatoes after re-potting|
Since time was my enemy, I didn't label each seedling. So, I came up with 6 different trays for the 6 varieties of tomatoes. I can always label them another day.
Look at the impatiens that have been growing. They are almost ready to transfer to the flower garden.
My hard-working little garden cart, parked near the greenhouse, is ready for another day of work.
It's time to turn out the lights, except for the grow lamp....
Everything looks so hopeful and promising! Wish I could be gardening now, too... Soon, we hope! Don't you just love driving up to your place after a day in town? It's always SO good to be home, isn't it?ReplyDelete
You are right....there's no place like home!Delete
You have really got a lot of plants ready to go!ReplyDelete
There will be about 300 when I finish. My goal is to start enough to share with 4 other families. It's my way of being a good neighbor.Delete
Your greenhouse looks so inviting! It all looks so beautifully organised and productive Meggie, I find it very inspirational. Lovely photographs, great atmosphere and an amazing abundance of healthy plants. I love your generous plans to share!ReplyDelete
Elaine, I hope you think this is funny...knowing that I will be photographing it in the coming weeks, helps me keep it organized. It's very easy to let things get out of hand.Delete
As for sharing, why not plant extra and give to others. It is a great way share the love of gardening and put extra food on their table.
Your greenhouse looks magical at night....look at all your green...looks so dreamy to me!ReplyDelete
After I posted the photos, I thought the same thing. But, as you probably know, underneath it all is hard work. By the way, I love your photos of the baby moose!Delete