Plants look wonderful with night temps just barely above freezing inside. Going thru my woodpile pretty darn fast.
Nice - looks like you are heating an area as big as a house?! Two GH's that adjoin? Is one wood burning stove heating both GH areas? How about taking some inside shots of your plants too? Thanks for sharing!
This post was edited by Hudson...WY on Fri, Jan 10, 14 at 1:50
Still don't know how to post more than one image at a time.
You can post additional images by making a new post in the same thread. That way they all stay together. No need to start a new thread for each pic.
Thanks for all the pics, looks so warm down there!
Good to see a picture of what looks to be a working greenhouse.
a succulent groundcover from So.Africa, "Little Pickles" or Othonna crassifolia.
southern curled mustard can be really beautiful; this plant is almost too bitter to enjoy in the kitchen.
I had these Johnny-Jump-Ups I sprouted last fall; my sweetie said "put them in a basket". They look pretty good. Its hanging over a bed of mesclun greens that is mostly arugula. Kale is in the bed behind it.
twice on bitter windy nights I had the windows on the roof above this geranium blow open letting in freezing cold. My begonias were bitten, but this beauty seems none the worse for wear.