Winter garden for 2020


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We have our winter seedlings well started in our SF bay area greenhouse, along with some holdovers from last year.

We have lettuce, cabbage, bok choi, shallots, garlic, broccoli, cauliflower, romanesco and more. I brought in as many strawberries as I could along with the hot peppers.
 
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Having trouble posting a picture. Most of the seedlings will go outside but leaf lettuce in gallon + size will stay in their containers.
 
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Having trouble posting a picture. Most of the seedlings will go outside but leaf lettuce in gallon + size will stay in their containers.
We have to use a app to reduce photo sizes. somewhere below 1 meg usually. I use litephoto on my android. I would love to see your greenhouse and plants.
 
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Here is one from August, peppers are in their prime. They are still in the 3 gallon pots and there they will stay.
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So many questions.....What are the larger green plants on the right inside? Peppers? Also the prehistoric kale palms outside?
 
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So many questions.....What are the larger green plants on the right inside? Peppers? Also the prehistoric kale palms outside?
Yes the big ones inside are habanero ghost or scorpion peppers. Visible outside are 'dinosaur' kale along with jalepeno and tomatoes still fruiting.
 
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Are the little terra cotta colored pots plastic or clay? They look thin. Also, is that a Dalek? Or a heater? The roof panels look familiar. How have they held up?
 
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Are the little terra cotta colored pots plastic or clay? They look thin. Also, is that a Dalek? Or a heater? The roof panels look familiar. How have they held up?
The pots are plastic, quite flimsy but I still reuse the heck out of them. LOL, not a Dalek but a pump for an old well...don't ask how it got inside! Plastic roof panels have held up to gale force winds, no discoloration but we've had it just 2 years.
 
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