During the day, a ventilating fan keeps the temperature tolerable for plants.
Cool season veggies just hang out on Ike's porch.
Tomatoes are growing toward the back. We need to look more closely.
I love my patchwork pattern in the center floor. Found it in the New
York Times; it was a driveway there. Urban stone, sideways brick and
river stones in the seams. I've started dropping blue glass gems in the cracks.
Forced hyacinths. The pots with three bulbs hold 'Gypsy Queen'
'Blue Jacket' almost ready to bloom for Chinese New Year.
Almost ready to eat! I wasn't sure I could pull this off without blossom rot.
The second tomato plant has a single fruit and some blooms.
We need a few nights at 55º F to set fruit.
White pots behind have Gerbera Daisy seedlings and a
daylily seedling extra. Two in one takes less space.
Thyme cuttings. I almost let all my Thyme die, so we're starting over.
next freeze will take those away, I believe.
Second bloom stalk on 'Nymph' Amaryllis; Begonias behind.
I hope you enjoyed this little peek at my plants.