#EzRepost@seeds_now with @ezrepostapp 🌿As soon as your second set of true leaves have formed on your #seedling, they are ready to be #transplanted! If the threat of frost has not yet passed, you can move them into a larger container and continue growing them indoors or in a #greenhouse if you have access to one.🌱 Learn more about starting your seeds by visiting us at www.SeedsNow.com 😎
Joy installed an Americana 12x12 Greenhouse, equipped with irrigation and electricity.
"My new greenhouse in SE Alabama. It’s been a cold winter here but all my plants are doing well. We hung a space heater to keep it warm and have a fan for air circulation. Planted some seeds today to be ready for spring."
Meet Tyra @tyra_hallsenius_lindhe from Vaxholm, Sweden 🇸🇪 “I'm a Seedaholic! I have been a “gardener” since I was a very little girl. To grow my own vegetables, herbs, fruit and berries has always been something that I’ve enjoyed doing and I could not imagine a life without growing stuff.
I live in a country with fairly long and cold winters but every year I challenge myself to extend the growing season as much as possible. The goal is to have a four-season harvest and all grown from seed.
I’m a No-dig gardener and I like to work with nature, therefore I invite a lot of species both from the flora as well as from the fauna into my garden which I call Tyra’s Garden – The biodiversity garden.
My potager is about 200 sq metres and in the middle of my garden I have an 18 square metres greenhouse that I’ve designed and built myself, mostly from recycled old windows and other materials.
My favourite plants to grow are all the amazing Brassicas and wonderful heirloom tomatoes, with origins from all over the world. As my garden is “strictly wild”, I use the Companion-planting method, I combine my favourites with flowers, herbs and vegetables into more or less well thought-out combinations.”
Patiently waiting for some dining chairs to go in this corner of the sunroom around the breakfast nook table by the drawer piece. BUT I’m not mad because while we wait I have a clear view of this new antique piece we brought in... I can’t wait to fill it with more real plants & do something fun with it.... you can see more of it, read about our plans with it, & more on the blog this week: Lizmarieblog.com - link in my profile. #whitecottagefarm
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This amazing pergola of crabapple trees is at Bunny Mellon's 4000 acre Oak Springs Farm in Virginia. Today on the blog is a look at Mellon's extensive gardens. I just finished reading her biography by Meryl Gordon and was most amazed by her lifelong passion for horticulture. 📷 @archdigest
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Off to find some inspiration at @hepworthwakefield today - completely unrelated photo because why not?! 🌿