Thursday, December 13, 2007

Day 13

I did some clearing up in the Greenhouses yesterday checked heaters etc

I have 2 a big one and a small one. I'm not sure if its there size, but in the short time I have had the big one I have found it easier to keep at an even temp than I did the small one.

Inside the big one

as you can see lots of Brugmansias! I have decided to reduce down the amount I have and instead of having lots of small ones I am going to keep a few big ones. I forgot to take a pic of the big one right in the middle of the greenhouse.

the step ladder is there becuase I found a pane of glass had slipped, why? I don't know but its sorted now.

Inside the small one we have

and finally the Sanguinea still flowering!!!

I am off to visit my Mum via Worcester tomorrow so no blogging for a few days.


Sheila said...

Your plants are thriving in the new green house, well done..!
Have a good visit with your Mum, and say Hi..! to beautiful Worcester for me..

Yolanda Elizabet said...

Your plants are looking all nice and cozy inside the greenhouses. My greenhouse is unheated so I store the hardier plants in there.

Ex-Shammickite said...

The plants and the greenhouses look great, You are so ambitious! And you must have two green thumbs and all green fingers to get your plants to grow and bloom so well!
And thank you so very much for the package that arrived this week.... I have posted a pic of the contents on my blog.... it's all so delightful, I love it! And all hand made too, you are a very talented lady, Libby!
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

Jane said...

Your greenhouses look great. Very tidy. One of mine is very old and falling apart... but it still has a certain "atmosphere" about it. In fact I have put an old upright lounge chair in there, so that I can sneak away from the house and sit and dream about my garden. Not at the moment though... much too cold!

mrsnesbitt said...

I thought I left a comment...must be my age! LOL!
Hope you had a good time with your mum.

A wildlife gardener said...

What a feast of plants in your greenhouse, Libby! They all look cosy and snug in there. We are sitting at minus 5 today, better than yesterday's minus 12 :)