Seed room, now with people for scale! The nearest tables now hold flats of basil, peppers, and flowering vinca.
Herb bay, 4″ pots being planted! Yes, I get both tables this year. 🙂
AND a third table. Not bad for someone who started off the herb department with a few pots of chocolate mint, fourteen years ago!
Pots lined up, ready to be planted with coleus and Sunpatiens.
Aisle. Still have lots of cuttings and plugs on carts; everything we plant slowly picks away at all of this.
So many succulents still waiting to be planted
Ferns and succulents
Gorgeous 12″ mixed baskets for sun– these are prime right now!
Perennials, filling in the rest of the bay
Scotch moss, freshly planted on the left.
Perennials and roses, plus flats of stock, violas, etc
Nifty succulent (String of Pearls)
He ate his spinach.
Aisle; pansy flats picked up and put on carts, ready to put outside on display.
You can see a bit of empty space where the pansies were; this will be planted with new flats soon.
Our shipment of potting & top soils and mushroom compost came in this week, and the pallets are lined up neatly on the edge of the lot.
Across the parking lot– we were able to move extra hanging baskets over here to free up some space in the main greenhouse. Once the baskets are hung overhead, we’ll go back through and put more on the floor. They’re all on drippers, which helps speed up the watering.
There was a flurry of activity at the greenhouse this week as we kept on feverishly planting but also prepared to open over the weekend. You’ll see a lot of changes between this week and next!
This week in the herb section: Visit the herb blog to see the transformation!