Tweet Getting Ready to Go , A Look Inside My Dirty Greenhouse Plants Galore in the Greenhouse –Inside my Greenhouse tour March 2011 Look What’s Growing In the Greenhouse Plus Maintenance On Plants Greenhouse update during the months April-May 2011.. It is June 2011 , this is a greenhouse tour here in Iowa of what […]
Tweet July 2011 tour in the greenhouse @ Picket Fence Greenhouse in Iowa. What is left and just showing all the beautiful plants still thriving in our heat . We are hot hot hot but the greenhouse plants are still doing ok thanks to tarps we put up for shade.
Tweet Dark green, lance-shaped, somewhat furry and deeply veined leaves provide a lush backdrop for prolific clusters of never-ending, five-petaled flowers. These may be red, white, lavender, purple, or shades of pink. Some are two-toned. All are extremely attractive to butterflies, and the red and dark pink varieties delight hummingbirds. Depending on the variety, the […]
Tweet It is June 2011 , this is a greenhouse tour here in Iowa of what is left after a growing season.. I hope you enjoy the tour, I love sharing! I continue moving plants thru the summer into the fall months.. I plan on getting this greenhouse clear out by Aug.. I hope I […]
Tweet Greenhouse update during the months April-May 2011..Getting ready for mothers day which is my best week and weekend . Lots of flowers and veggies coming on nicely.. Love the time right before things get busy a time to really take in all the beauty With all those months of planning, seeding, transplanting , you […]
Tweet When it comes to keeping plants growing well I like to trim and cut a lot during the first month of growing to promote better bushier plants, plus more blooms.
Tweet Plants Galore in the Greenhouse –Inside my Greenhouse tour March 2011 An inside look at Picket Fence Greenhouse of what is growing early March 2011.. All the plants are recently transplanted and are enjoying the sunshine indoors.
Tweet When I think Spring, what come to mind is seeds, sowing, and greenhouse growing. Spring brings on new life, new beginnings and new challenges. Spring is my favorite time of year, as there is so much happening all around. I live in Iowa so as we go through long winter months I feel we […]
Tweet Here is the very first small greenhouse I started with back in 1999.. still working and I still love this little 12×16 greenhouse cold frame. This small cold frame greenhouse is used for transplanting, potting up perennials and cold hardy crops. This greenhouse has been on our farm, way before we even purchased the […]
Tweet In the Spring of 2010 , we had some entertainment in the greenhouse. This was a nice attraction for kids and both mom’s and dad’s. I mean who doesn’t love baby kittens. Warm and Cozy they were and Happy too!