We are very near to the time when nothing much can survive in the greenhouse except maybe Alternanthera dentata Rubiginosa.
A few cuttings on the floor under mist.
Temperatures in the greenhouse generally are 10 degrees hotter than the outside with a vent fan and mist trying to cool it. Plants on the floor have a better chance.
Neoreglia pups freed from the mother plants.
I was trying to decide if I should try to save the mother plants and then I remembered how much space they take up when winter comes. Surely I can make do with 14 young Bromeliads. These six have brightened up in dappled shade under a fig tree.
Three Gerbera seedlings and some
Mistletoe Cactus that broke off and needs rooting.
Thyme extras, seedlings.
The patio table got a faux zinc finish on the rusty top.
White Echinacea outside the greeenhouse.
Some Calla Lilies got a bigger pot.
They all need bigger quarters.
Cycad seedling has two new fronds, photo bombed by a Rhipsalidopsis.
In the background are some rusty plow parts I dug up.
Joining the Meme at Tootsie's Friday Flaunt.