You have to wipe down your glasses after stepping in as the temperature rises in there.
Is burgeoning in there with blooming aubergines. There are cascades of lilac flowers. If you look closely, having delicately stepped inside; there are a few white chilli and pepper flowers. Still don’t fancy even touching the habanero or naga plants at risk of dropping the flowers.
The crimson sweet water melon is vining all over that place and today i spotted two fruit in need of pollinating. Sweet potatoes are also sprawling everywhere.
16 thoughts on “Inside the hobbit hot house”
I am extremely jealous at the size of that poly tunnel! 😉
So many plants, they really do look great in there.
It’s very hobbit sized. 3mx2m and is very much like the tardis. Had I spent a little bit more pocket money, it would have been twice as big
Ooooh looks nice 🙂
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I agree – wish I had the space for such a thing!
Was it easy to put up and where did you get it from?
It’s a huge privilege for me 🙂 didn’t think it would get so busy in there. Strongly recommend it, even if I do have the smallest size
Took mama h and I about three hours on a Saturday morning. It is from feelgood.uk via amazon
If I could find a really slimline one, then I’d go for it!
Thanks – will look into it.
This was the smallest one I could find for the plot so that I didn’t break the rules
You mean they wouldn’t let you have a bigger one?
They would, but there are limits on how big. Plus I also have a walk in greenhouse too
I see! Well, think a plastic greenhouse is the way to go for me – just seen one on amazon which is affordable and small 🙂
I have the walk in green house thing. It’s on it’s third cover! Fairly robust now though having anchored and weighted it down a bit
Mm, was wondering how robust it might be! Mine would be sheltered by a high fence, which might help (as long as fence panels didn’t fall on it. Desperate for more space for seedlings and ‘indoor’ crops and guess it would pay for itself fairly quickly.
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