In The Greenhouse

"Gabriella" Lettuce

"Gabriella" Lettuce

"Oakleaf" Lettuce

"Oakleaf" Lettuce

"Zesty" Mesclun

"Zesty" Mesclun

"Classic" Mesclun

"Classic" Mesclun

I could have planted all of the above lettuce and mesclun seeds directly in the ground provided the rain would stop, and give me a chance to work the soil. I’ll move these cups outside once the climate snaps back and the sun emerges from it’s spring slumber.  I’m trying some new greens with the “Zesty” mesclun, and growing more of my favorite greens, classic and colorful mesclun and lettuce.

"Brandywine" Tomato

"Brandywine" Tomato

Here’s how my “Brandywine” Tomatoes are looking…. I started a bit later then last year, and moved them out to the greenhouse earlier. I’m on my third bottle of propane this year, compared to a single bottle last year. I’m still hopeful that these late starting plants will out-grow last years, and their growth seems to re-affirm that hope, but only time will tell.

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2 responses to In The Greenhouse


  1. eismontdesigns

    Nice Jon. I like reading these posts. Wish I had more space to grow a garden.

  2. ITFarmer

    Thanks Mitch, I enjoy writting them.

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