The final installation of the 4-part series @amazonspheres tour has released. In this episode, we take a better look at how they constructed their green wall, which was cool, because it was using a very different material than I had originally expected! 👆🏽🌿
With all this snow, sleet and cold weather, it's the perfect time of the year for that warm, cozy soup or stew. Stop by #ChaponsGreenhouse today to pick up some fresh herbs for your homemade recipes! 🥣
Mini “Green House” Tour. I germinated these (mostly) cool season plants with the seed house in our home, taking up about 1/3 of our dining area. When the seedlings became more established, with most having their “true” leaves, I transported the operation onto our covered patio. I think the wall and roof helped the seedlings with the temperature changes, but it seemed like they weren’t getting enough sun. So this beautifully sunny, yet frigid day felt perfect to move the seed starting station out to an open patch of grass. #seedstarting#seeds#seedlings#seedhouse#greenhouse#greenhousetour#wintersun
Just one week until #ValentinesDay ! We've got everything you need to make the gardener or outdoorsman in your life feel special. Stop by today for the perfect #Valentines decorations for your home or flowerbed! 💝
We've covered biophilic design in Singapore on 'Plant One On Me', but there's a mini version @amazonspheres in Seattle. Justin, the horticulturist and his team, have their hands full, but we go floor-by-floor to see what plants they have growing; and discuss how a number of botanic gardens and growers came together to outfit the conservatory (Part 2 of 4, link in bio).
Red form of Begonia baik from Sarawak. The first shot is a close up of the leaf bristles. One of Don Miller’s favorites, next to B. darthvaderiana. See more of these beauts up on @YouTube now, compliments of a private tour @fortworthbotanicgarden ((LINK in bio ☝🏽)) 🌿
Taking notes on Tillandsia. This is not my first time @plantingfieldsfoundation ... you can check out a full-fledged floristic experience on my blog from last year homesteadbrooklyn.com. This time, however, I got to explore more of their 400+ acres.