Humidity is aided by glass containers of flat marbles.
This container has sea glass under the marbles,
a seashell and a tiny cutting for rooting.
The greenhouse has a center border of 16" pavers that form a path around a soil center. The soil is covered by a slat pathway on one side; Urbanite stones on the other with some rock to fill the gaps. The pavers and stones can be watered to increase humidity. The area can be changed to accomodate different tables, carts and shelves. Right now Urbanite where a kalanchoe sits is the path to the left.
A small electric fountain adds humidity and the sound of falling water.
Tiny buds have formed on the Christmas cactus.
They look like baby teeth.
Casserole dish with broken handle holds Joseph's Coat cuttings.
Alyssum seedlings around Foxtail Fern will soon have blossoms.
Rose colored Pentas are blooming.
White begonias under the Epi tree.
A bromeliad sits high in the Epi Tree.
The bloom is fading. I hope 'pups'
are forming as the old plant dies.
The bottom shelf of this wicker unit is reserved.
Ike the Cat lies on this shelf as his hideout.
A few alyssum seeds fill the holes of this toothbrush holder
shaped like a snail.
Bits of blossom: Purple Heart in the center shelf, blue Porterweed to the
right with red Pentas below.
Variegated hydrangea plants with red wax Begonias.
I was outside today pulling Madagascar periwinkles, Tithonia and Melampodium ahead of frost so I don't have to see dead annuals. Next month I'll be scattering Larkspur, Poppy and other annual seeds in anticipation of spring. I have some bulbs to plant, too.
Secrets of a Seedscatterer