Our Greenhouse Garden In October 2019

Yesterday, I spent a few hours refilling some of the greenhouse beds and planting flowers for the Winter season. When it gets cold, and the landscape is grayish/brown, we still enjoy the colors in our garden. October is usually the time to get it all ready to do the greenhouse planting. Throughout the Winter months it definitely will pay off by having nice greens and some blooms. Then in early Spring, we will get rewarded with tons of colorful flowers. I did photograph some of the plants in the greenhouse. But there will be more photos of more plants, once the blooms went through the “transplant shock’ and show themselves in their prettiest colors.

4 thoughts on “Our Greenhouse Garden In October 2019

    • When I bought this greenhouse, I had some extra cash sitting around. That’s why I could do it. My dream would be one of these geodesic dome greenhouses. But the one I want has a $30,000+ price tag. πŸ˜„

      I love the speckled Dianthus. There are so many varieties. It never gets boring. I also have snapdragons in different colors. I just love them. The kids call them “Sweet William & Snapdragon” (sounds kinda medieval). πŸ˜‰


        • The first add-on would be an AC/heater to control the temperature inside the greenhouse. The electricity would be provided from a solar panel. In Texas, we have plenty of sun. So, I don’t have to worry about cloudy days. Hail would be the bigger problem. But if I had the money for a greenhouse that size and $$$, I’m sure I’d have the insurance for it as well. πŸ˜€

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