Here is a much overdue greenhouse update! Things have fully recovered since we totally started over on the side systems. All the plants seem very happy and we have been getting over ten pounds a week for the past two months.
Left: I harvest every other day during my lunch break
Right: Where I spend most of my time. If only I could get a little sun while doing it! I look forward to gardening outside in the sunshine, but I do really appreciate having a greenhouse at the South Pole!
We have three zucchini plants taking over the center section. Not sure why, but they only get 3-4 inches long and 1 inch wide. Maybe the altitude? Or the grow lights are not enough for them? Anyone have any ideas? I think that might be the same with all of our tomatoes turning out to be cherry tomatoes whether the package says cherry tomatoes or not.
On the Left: Sunflower Kale Right: Tokyo Bekana(the big greens), one romaine lettuce and a couple Swiss Chard
Left: most of our tomato plants from the summer have died so we are starting fresh with seven new baby tomatoes
Right: More Tokyo Bekana (Asian greens)
Left: The big green hardy leaves are Pac choi, with some light lettuce mixed in (crisp and romaine)
Right: on top is Cilantro and bottom is Chervil