I wanted to share our latest upcycled project!
This will be our second year with a vegetable garden and because it is going to be larger than last year's garden, I wanted Vince to build me a small greenhouse to get the seedlings started in.
So using concrete blocks that we removed from our driveway's edge and one of the skylights we removed from the house, Vince created my greenhouse:
Inside the greenhouse is more evidence of reuse going on: all of my little veggies are growing in old egg cartons:
As you can see, I have had some success with the little green darlings!
Here are my cucumbers, corn and beans:
Here are some tomatoes, broccoli and cauliflower!
I encountered a small issue with watering the babies. I do not own a watering can and pouring water from a jar or pitcher put out too strong of a stream of water for the babies. So, using our stash of non-recyclable stuff, Vince created my very own watering container:
He drilled a series of holes in the lid so that the water sprinkles out on my little green babies!
I hope we can get the garden tilled this week as I am on Spring Break and it would be a great time to get these darlings in the ground.
I also have marigolds growing in abundance in several pots around the house so that I can keep some of the critters at bay!