seeingreen's Conservatory propagating garden
Garden Type: Indoor | Sun: Partial Sun | Soil: Potting Mix | Established: 2007 | Organic
Perhaps its a bit grand to call it a conservatory – its the area between my single storey bathroom extension (original cottage didn’t have a bathroom) and my next door neighbour’s likewise, with a dividing wall between. This has triple wall polycarbonate roofing, a low brick wall and large double glazed windows all across the front so it gets light from above and the front, which faces north north west. I usually start seeds off in here at this time of year (Feb) though not the tomatoes yet as they get too leggy waiting around until the last frosts are gone. I have a small windowsill heated tray propagator which will be in continuous use from now on until last frosts. The table here gradually gets taken over by potting up activities until I start to gnash my teeth over the greenhouse (or current lack of in working order) which is still in its packing in the shed awaiting coordination of time of all 3 of my sons to erect the blessed thing!
However it doesn’t detract from the great pleasure of sowing and growing living things.
An indoor organic garden located in Thame , United Kingdom, seeingreen's Conservatory propagating garden currently contains 1 plants.This is a Indoor garden that is known to be in USDA Hardiness Zone 8b. It has mainly Potting Mix soil and receives Partial Sun light.