The Greenhouses Post Potting – First Batch Of Photographs

I meant to post this last week but pressure of work prevented me from doing so.  I will try and post garden updates more regularly if I can make the necessary changes to my daily schedules.

Below are a handful of photographs of my plants and the changes to the greenhouses now that most of the potting has been done.  I didn’t do the cactus/mesembryanthemum house but photographs are included anyway – hopefully they wont be too boring!

Part of left staging in the Succulent House

Part of the left staging in the Succulent House, This greenhouse concentrates on members of the Crassula family plus Aloes, Haworthias, Gasterias etc. under the staging.

Part of the right staging in the Succulent House

Part of the right staging in the Succulent House

Part of the left staging in the Cacti/Mesembryanthemum House

Part of the left staging in the Cacti/Mesembryanthemum House. This has most of what is left of my cacti collection with members of the Agave family underneath.

Part of the right staging of the Cacti/Mesembryanthemum House

Part of the right staging of the Cacti/Mesembryanthemum House. This has most of what is left of my mesemb collection with xerophytic bromeliads underneath.

Part of the left staging of the Mixed House

Part of the left staging of the Mixed House. This is mainly Crassulaceae and Euphorbias with epiphytic cactus (the few I have left) immediately underneath.

Part of the right staging of the Mixed House

Part of the right staging of the Mixed House. This has a large range of plant families including Crassulas and Euphorbias and a range of caudiciform succulents. There is a small number of orchids underneath.

The partly cleared Lean-To

The partly cleared Lean-To which will house tomatoes, peppers etc, during the summer and half hardy succulents and other plants during the winter months.

The outdoor staging (novel concept this!)

The outdoor staging (novel concept this!) which has a small number of half hardy succulents at the moment.

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