This blog all started with this little greenhouse.
As this year closes and a long break from blogging; I have a renewed desire to continue the story of my little garden and sharing how each of the seasons open and close here in this zone 4 climate.
I’m grateful for so many garden friends who reached out to encourage me to keep going and just check on me; garden friends are truly the nicest!
Look for me to show up here on a more regular basis starting in January and I hope to provide just a tiny bit of inspiration.
The garden is always changing and so is the gardener!
11 thoughts on “A Little Greenhouse”
so glad you are coming back … thank you. besides the fact that your greenhouse, fence, etc., are in my favorite paint colors, i look forward to seeing your tips and plant combinations. –suz in farmy NE ohio, zone 6 on a good day, but zone 5 most of the time
Suz, Thank you so much for the encouragement! I’m actually excited to start sharing again! And, you live in my dream zones! So much more to grow and a longer growing season! Ahhh, dreams!
Yes, keep it up.. I’m keeping mine up but with fewer posts during the winter season. Kare Noltee
I did try to hang it up, but it just kept nagging at me to start up again. Thank you for your friendship and sticking with me!
Always nice to see your posts, Stacey, and look forward to seeing them more often here. Happy Holidays to you and yours.
Thank you so much Eliza! We shall be chatting more soon! Happy Holidays to you too!
Welcome back.I have missed your blog so much.
Linda, thank you so much for sticking with me!
Well isn’t seeing you here a little ray of sunshine:)
I have just found you while searching for a “how to” to build a greenhouse with old windows from the house I grew up in. They are exactly like the tall windows in yours. Did you find that plan somewhere or DIY plans? Love, love it!! I have signed up with you and anticipate good things. Thank you. Ethel
Hello, We used nearly 90 % recycled materials to build the greenhouse. We do not have a plan for the greenhouse; my husband built it with his carpentry skills and creativity. It measures 10 x 10. I hope it can inspire your own little garden greenhouse!