Spring in the Greenhouse – Crops Hello, Bruce in the greenhouse. It’s spring, you’ve got your soil all setup, you’ve got your compost pile started, you’re ready to start growing in the greenhouse. So what are we going to grow? Even though it’s spring, even though the temps around us here in the greenhouse [...]
Monthly Archive for May, 2012
I just finished building my first greenhouse, a gorgeous little number from Juliana (Premium 8.3). At roughly 9’1” wide and 9’9” deep, it’s the perfect size for growing tomatoes and peppers on one side, and working at my homemade, salvaged-cedar bench on the other side. I’m already in love with my greenhouse, and I haven’t [...]
Question: I am interested in purchasing the Mt. Hood but am concerned about how I would anchor the unit to a concrete slab I was planning to have done soon. Without knowing what type of anchors to set in the concrete and where the anchors should go, I am concerned that I may have to [...]
Aerobin 400 composter from Greenhouses.com. http://www.greenhouses.com/aerobin-composter.html Lots of great features on this composter including insulation and a liquid fertilizer tank system.
In many parts of the U.S., April is “hardening off” month, meaning that at some point during April, most of us will begin the process of acclimating our seedlings to the sometimes harsh outside world. And what better place to do this than in your greenhouse, which protects your tender starts from frosty overnight temperatures, [...]