By Ed Powers, Jefferson County Master Gardener
It has been an interesting 14 months. My wife and I have been quarantined this whole time. Like a lot of people we have been catching up on things we fell behind on. We spent our whole summer working on our outdoor gardens. Our flowering plant pots were highly successful, but our vegetable garden was eaten up by the wildlife in our area. We had the garden protected with double netting but the voles and mice got through it and had a feast. So this spring we are going to dig up and turn over our raised garden soil, and find a new protection for them.
|Plants on steel shelves with only natural light.|
|Orchids on first shelf of plant stand.|
|Plant nursery, African violets and newly started ficus trees on first shelf of plant stand.|