Anybody else having issues with Nostoc Commune in their glasshouse? I have found some on my gravel floor. Would prefer not to use harsh chemicals, but are there any other options in such a hot and humid environment?
Ive taken on a project for the winter and that is replacing the 5 baths that ive been growing in since building my stone walled tunnelhouse,i'm doing so because 1,rats have dug there way under the foundations and live under the baths where our dog ca
Good luck to you. Year after year I've struggled with the night temps. Then I see folk grow things in greenhouses when there is snow outside! I'm in Hamilton & this is the first year that I've had tomatoes fruit this time of the year! I believe the on
I've noticed this week that the glasshouse resident insects are about.
The snails creep in all year around and I deal to them with Quash-safe and effective.
Sometimes there are a few cockroaches that make a nuisance of themselves by nibbling plants a
November in my glasshouse can be summed up in one word-BUSY-so no blog happened.
The December photo gives an idea of whaf the busy-ness was about:
The glasshouse 2/12/09 with more than 100 tomato plants of various sizes, peppers, eggplants, zucchini
Everything is growing flat out. I'm potting on seedlings now-Tomatoes, Basil, Peppers. I've got flowers to pot on or plant out too-Aquilegia, Poppies, Phacelia, Calendula. There is celery and shallots to plant out.
The containers of tomato plants wi
I envy Hester lemon grass.I keep losing mine!Interesting Hester that you have some large greenhouse plants. Have you transplanted large plants from Greenhouse into garden b4? I seem to have learned or read somewhere that to transplant a fruiting plan
The nearness of Spring makes me motivated to get my glasshouse into production. I've almost missed the boat for the big winter clean-up but it's never too late.
The glasshouse is such an asset for getting seedlings underway, ready for spring planting