Nothing beats an orchid greenhouse. But, there are other avenues to growing. The cool night weather has really revived my nasturtium plants. I’d almost forgotten they were there. Now they’re the first orange and golds of fall. It’s been awhile since I’ve had to purchase seeds of nasturtium. They’re so large, it always seems a shame not to scoop some up and save them to plant next year. They don't even need to be started indoors.
When we plant our gardens, we like vegetables. Roses are nice to look at, and smell. But I like to eat what I grow. And roses don’t taste very good. Ah, what else can I say about planting. Hydroponics is a good way to grow.
As the fall weather approaches, we begin to think about what we need to do to protect our garden from the colder weather. The biggest danger to outdoor plants and flowers as the nights begin to grow longer and colder is frost. Frost is a huge risk to your garden as it will quickly kill your beautiful blooms and possibly, any fall vegetables that you have planted. Here are a few quick tips on how to protect your garden from frost this fall. Start your orchid greenhouse this month.