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I'm smack-dab in the middle of taking the Master Gardener Training/Class sponsored by the Iowa State University Extension Service. Last evening's 3-hour session centered upon the subject of Herbaceous Perennials. I was so excited! I've been reading and reading the text ... all about my (OUR) beloved subject of "Flowers!"
YOU post on them all the time, too!
Don't we love our garden plants and flowers?
I brought up the subject of these little greenhouses in class last night. There was a bit of interest. I don't anticipate owning a Real greenhouse, but most of the time this little endeavor works! And, for the moment, that's good enough for me! :-)
The photo below illustrates the readying of our milk jug mini-greenhouses last January.
from the bottom towards the top: Money Plant, Gaillardia 'Fanfare,' Blackberry Lily, Tennessee Cone Flower (I think) or Joe Pye Weed (I can't tell from here).
Other seedlings are in the backyard... this photo of the ligularia was taken about 1 1/2 months ago. It's looking even better now...
Last year's Tennessee Cone flower seedlings
Herbaceous Perennials! Gotta Love 'em! :-)