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The weather around these parts has put me more than in the mood for Spring and all the glory that it offers.

It actually got near 70 yesterday and we have wonderful sunshine.
I spent part of yesterday afternoon in my greenhouse, oh what fun.

I also photographed how I Spring prune my Clematis, it has already started to bud out.  

I collected the seed clusters still hanging on it.   Supposedly it is the wrong time of year to start clematis seeds,  but I am always trying things the “wrong” time of year so I will pot them up and give it a try.

Here are some sweet greenhouse inspirations for you.

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This fun greenhouse always makes me smile…I had to share more than one photo..

Penny’s Vintage Home
I love the use of repurposed items.

Gotta spare dresser…I have seen this done before but I just love hers.

Another great little cottage made with repurposed materials.

Shabby Story
I don’t think this one below repurposed, I just like the set up, even the rain barrel looks lovely.  I need a few of those.

Modern Country

Barb collected old windows and her hubby built her and greenhouse attached to the house. She shares photos through the year of how she uses it.

greenhouse made of windows

These more than put me in the mood to somehow dress up my greenhouse.

Of course I always enjoy sharing my little Cottage, though it isn’t a greenhouse.  I can’t wait to see the flowers blooming all around again!
I have an entire post on how we built her along with a link to the plans. Click on photo to go there.

DIY Studio Garden Cottage studio,


This potting bench also caught my eye. I really like the caster to move it around and the dragonfly hooks just make me smile.

Pottery Barn Abbott Inspired Potting Table & Buffet Server

There are some quite ingenious home made greenhouses out there.  Have you found one that strikes your fancy?

Happy Springtime!


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Linda Southworth

Tuesday 18th of March 2014

Hi Pamela! Well missed Monday but Happy Tuesday! First I see the roo and hens are growing fast. Starting to look like the variety they will each be. Little Roo is cute! I can't wait to spend time playing outdoors with a plant or two. I still have my flower bed under leaves for winter protection. I think I will move those out in a week or two. And yes, I just love these little potting sheds. My husband knows that our storage building modification is going to be with a potting area and extras to be cute. Oh the dragonfly hooks I have on a column by my potting bench now. I believe they came from Target where I am in good "ol Tennessee.


Tuesday 18th of March 2014

I was out in my greenhouse yesterday, oh what fun. Now I need to find where I have stashed all my seeds! If I can't find them at any stores when I am there (we live more than an hour from any Lowes, Target etc) I can order them on Amazon. Being so far from big box stores, I do love Amazon. The chicks are getting bigger and bigger. I now need to fix their separate pen and make sure it is secure from predators. It is adjacent to the hen pen so they see each other and get used to each other.

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