Monday, 17 May 2010

Greenhouse growth

After being without a greenhouse for so long I'd nearly forgotten just what a joy it is.





9 comments:

  1. It is very exciting when things get going.

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  2. That's a lovely sight! What are the 10" pots for at the rear of the staging?

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  3. Hazel, the pots on top of the staging have new potaotes in, and the huge ones underneath are waiting for tomato and cucumber (they'll be stood on the gravel area when I move the bedding plants out).

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  4. Thats a super looking greenhouse. Great size and lots of healthy seedlings, I can see why you are happy.

    RO :o)

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  5. Where else would you play when it's a bit cold and windy? Isn't it lovely to see it full of plants?

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  6. Wow. You really do have green fingers.

    I'd have killed at least half of them by now and the other half before they got into the garden.

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  7. Thanks RO and Flum. There is something special and unique about the smell of a greenhouse.

    Angela, no special tricks, just time and TLC

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  8. It must be very satisfying for you to see things growing in such a lovely greenhouse.

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  9. Absolutely Sue, after what felt like forever (but was only two years) of tree felling and destruction it is so wonderful to actually be growing things!

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