Here’s another bay-by-bay look at what’s going on. Compare to this post— it’s stunning how the space gets transformed this time of year! You’ll notice that most of the bays we’d been using for storage are now either full or in the process of being planted. As it warms up outside, we can begin moving supplies to the barn or parking lot where they’re still accessible, and plant all that valuable indoor floor space.
Seed room, Van Wingerden West 1
West 3, geranium bay
West 4, herb bay
East 1, entry bay
GGS West 2
West 4– more baskets planted!
West 5– getting ready to plant perennials!
East 5– Roses, just planted! Pallets of pots ready to use for planting perennials.
East 5, better shot of the roses
East 4– the rest of the roses, dahlias, freshly planted flats of marigolds, and 10″ hanging baskets moved from the herb bay.
East 3, still storing some pots and supplies here.
East 2, table is loaded up with plug trays of petunia & other seedlings.
For a closer look at what’s going on in the herb bay, check out this companion article on the herb blog.