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inside my greenhouse
Though the outside structure is not not quit finished its still usable. After cleaning up we put the thermometer in there and though its warm during the day, the nites aren't warm enough yet to put tender plants in.
Here's a few of my garden collections:
paper wasp nest that hung over the garden last year.
I also collect bird nest after the birds have left.
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Nice greenhouse, lots of room for plants. Looking forward to pictures when it's fully occupied.
Looks like you'll have plenty of room to play in. Lucky you!
I can just picture your greenhouse full of seedlings and plants!! What do you do with he birds nests that you collect Petunia? I don't much like wasps but I must admit that I'm fascinated by their nests - imagine tiny insects being able to make such a structure out of chewed wood!!
Beautiful Petunia! Luck you to have a greenhouse. Some day I might be so lucky!
Oh how nice and big your greenhouse is.The nice thing here in Texas is light bulbs will keep your plants nice and cozy .I keep mine going with a 200 watt and a 100 watt bulb unless its to be in the teens then I throw on the 250 watt bulb too.I sometime burn an eletric heaterinside of the 200 and 250 watts.
What a good greenhouse that's shaping up to be. Boy, wouldn't I like a big thing like that, but the Club's rules won't allow it, sadly.
I'm very jealous. Would love to have space for a house that size. I will settle for something smaller! Yours is very nice...be sure to keep us up to date.
It looks like a great space Petunia. Keep us updated as you get seedlings in there and watch them grow. The wasp next is neat. I seem to get them every year on my porch. Something there they like I guess. The nests are neat as well. Any plans for them?
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