The clocks changing, trips to visit the in-laws, decorating, and being busy at work mean that I'm not spending any time in the garden at the moment. This is particularly frustrating as my other final treat of the year turned up in the form some staging for the greenhouse.
I am planning on making most of the staging for the planned final greenhouse, but thought it wouldn't hurt to have one little bit set up for this winter. It looks sadly underused at the moment which is partly due to not having time to move the plants in. As the greenhouse is unheated and has large gaps, it is more of a rain shelter than anything else, but that is fine for me, as these plants were pretty much the left overs or those that were planted in the dry bed until we moved.
It feels a bit strange to have all this space and not to have to cram everything in on top of each other. It almost looks like I don't have that many plants, maybe I need to buy some more after all. It definitely makes placing the cacti a lot easier!
The top has become a little echeveria nursery and assuming there are no problems this winter they should get a really good start to the year here.
Next to go in are all the big agaves and the yuccas that I am re-rotting after being dug up. Even with all the space something tells me that is still going a painful process.