March 6, 2008

New shelves for spring seedlings


I was happy for winter coming back :) I feel weird even writing that - but this how I felt.
But this doesn't mean that I am not waiting for spring.
I am getting ready!
My sweat peas is pretty big, Asclepias tuberose, hot and regular pepper, aubergine are getting ready...
So am I...
I brought a shelve from cellar to the south facing window - it is still mainly populated by house plants, but new arivals, meaning new seedlings, will be appearing and over taking the space :)
Snow is gone...

9 comments:

Frances, said...

Looks like you are getting ready for the outdoor planting of spring soon, Ewa. Love you shelves with plants large and small, so cheering on these last days of winter.

Frances at Faire Garden

Lisa at Greenbow said...

It looks like you are ready for spring. So am I.

Kylee said...

Oh you're so lucky to be rid of snow. We still have some on the ground and we're to get 6-10 inches tomorrow night and Saturday. :-(

Katarina i Kullavik said...

Your shelves are really crowded --- how nice! My sweet peas are quite big as well! Have a good week-end!
/Katarina at Roses and stuff

Ewa said...

Frances,
Yes, this look is very cheering at this season :)

Ewa said...

Lisa,
I wonder what you have prepared for spring - are you going to surprise us with something ?

Ewa said...

Kylee,
my point is, that we didnt have snow this year and this is abnormal - I feel little weird about it :)

Ewa said...

katarina,
when will you plant your sweet peas in the garden?
Have a nice weekend too :)

Clayton said...

Well Ewa I have a match for your Palm tree in a long past picture post. See my blog!
I could use some of your shelves as I continue to have Clematis germinate and have about 15-20 more bags with seeds set to germinate (small ziplock with vermiculite and enough water to dampen). I want also to begin my annuals so space would be very welcome. I will put up a list of my planting intentions on my blog soon.

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