Sunday, March 4, 2012

A Greenhouse for You

There are some nice sprouts growing in my greenhouse. 


More will be added this week, so as to keep on schedule with our Square Foot Gardening guide.  I am so thankful to be a robot in my greenhouse. 

I’m hoping that by following the step-by-step instructions this year, it will result in a green thumb come spring.


(No, I’m not a bad photographer.  My little sprouts are incubating behind the warming plastic.)

And a steady supply of produce mid-June . . . and into the fall.  Perhaps we won’t have a $64 Tomato this season. 

Just once . . . I really want to have some Mason Jars lining the shelves of my basement cabinets.  My grandma did and my aunt does this simple task so well . . . I wanna be that homesteader (that lives in a subdivision).

Let’s see . . . this week we will be planting cabbage (one week late due to my seeds just arriving) and chives.  I can’t wait to harvest ALL of my kimchi ingredients! 


I invite you to get a head start and create a safe place to incubate your future food. 

Enter to win a greenhouse ($40 value)

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Caveat to International Readers:

IF you live outside of the US and you want to enter this giveaway . . . let me know you live outside of the US and you can win your very own copy of the Gardening Made Simple bundle.

BUT you need to tell me what color you would be!  Find your color HERE.

Winner will be chosen by Contest ends March 11, 2011 at midnight. The greenhouse is for US residents and the Planting by Color is for international residents.

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