We have a greenhouse, and what we usually do is leave it open in the summer, like this:
About a year ago, we ran across a sweet deal on windows at the Habitat for Humanity’s Re-Store. Now we have *this*. No more plastic!!
Saw this in the latest Penzeys catalog – what a neat idea!
I must say, this Fiskars weeding knife has completely met expectations! Plus I killed a black widow with it, too! 😀
…and I’ve got a couple of baby tomatoes growing in the greenhouse. Plus a cucumber! Pictures as soon as I get out of the cast.
Deer or bunnies ate all the broccoli.
I gave my chickens watermelon and tomatoes this summer. They gave them back to me. Here is a tomato plant I have named “Gigantor.” The chickens did this. I just left it alone to see what would happen. At last count, there were 42 tomatoes on this one plant.
Here’s the back view.
This plant grows tomatoes like grape clusters.
So far I haven’t really grown any flowers. Well, not on purpose, that is. I did have a friend who gave me some day lilies and those are doing great.
We’ve got an old raised bed around a power pole that just became overgrown and ratty-looking.
In theory, all those little bulbs will look like this. They might bloom this winter – apparently they bloom summer and winter, and they are hard to kill. Just my type!