March in the Greenhouse is about to be moving day in the greenhouse, except for a few of the most tender plants. Gerbera Daisies have been outside for a while, prefering cooler temperatures.
New in the greenhouse is a fogging system built from scrap parts: some copper tubing we had, mist heads used for some other purpose at our old house, a short hose from a hose reel and some purchased fittings to put it all together.
Five rooted Marieseii varigata Hydrangeas in one gallon pots over the winter went into the ground today. The biggest number of cuttings waiting now are Pentas in all colors.
Seedlings are coming along:
Tomatoes, peppers and eggplants. One
eggplant has not yet shown himself.
Parsley and chives. Pentas blooms fell into the parsley. Seedling chives are
threadlike. Other seeds planted are flowers, not yet ready for prime time.
Cycad pups have moved outside after spending the winter in the greenhouse.
Two have new growth. I planted out the one that had a single frond and not yet any
new growth. It has good roots.