What do you have in your Greenhouse?

Discussion in 'Greenhouse' started by Motilek, Sep 19, 2007.

  1. jubabe296

    jubabe296 Official Garden Fairy

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    beautiful peppers nan! love the way the sun plays with the colors in the last pic!
     
  2. Droopy

    Droopy Slug Slaughterer Plants Contributor

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    My, they're gorgeous!
     
  3. nan1234

    nan1234 Seedling

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    It's finally getting cold now and I have to move all containers inside. Now, my sunrrom is crowded with tomatoes, pepers, beans, eggplants, leek, lettuce, swiss chard, strawberries, and flowers. Hope they will do well through the coming winter.

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    Anyone who takes the trouble to save tender plants from the frost has my respect. They're all looking wonderful.
     



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  5. Frank

    Frank GardenStew Founder Staff Member Administrator

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    It would be great if you could update us on how everything performs over the winter months Nan. You definitely seem like you have everything under control.
     
  6. zuzu's petals

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    :setf_016: What a beautiful sunroom, Nan!
    It must feel like your own little tropical paradise in there in the winter months.
     
  7. nan1234

    nan1234 Seedling

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    Thank you! I added more rainbow swiss chards because they have beautiful foliage, nice nutrition, pest and disease free, and the last but the most important, they will keep productive indoor during the winter season (I hope).
     

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