Here's a peek inside my new greenhouse. This is heirloom tomatoes all lined up in a row. They're waiting for the weather to be just right. Then, I'll put them out in the garden. It's warm enough that I am opening the vents on the greenhouse. Although there was a little freeze about a week ago. That's the problem with March....unpredictable! There usually is a few more cold days here in March.
I am very happy with the greenhouse. I got a small one...you know...making sure that I am going to like having a green house. I'm happy to report. I love my green house. Love, love, love.
I am growing Pineapple, Cherokee, Brandywine, Cour Di Bue, Egg Yolk, and Amazon Chocolate tomatoes. My favs are Pineapple (large, juicy, luscious and sweet) and egg yolk (small yellow (golf ball size) sweet, prolific and just keep on producing right through our heat, I also find they are more resistant to pests.)
I find this saves seeds, space and soil.
melons (all kinds)
squash (all kinds)
beans (all kinds)
summer annuals: morning glory, sunflowers, zinnias, marigolds
herbs: basil, oregano, thyme, rosemary, green onion, bay, mint
Plant transplants of:
Hmmmm....I think that's it.
Don't forget....you can plant small and bush varieties in pots!