Nellie R. Stevens holly along our back fence. It can be seen better now that we have taken down the old worn out wooden fence that was very pitiful.
My server went down before I could finish this morning.
You can see red geraniums through the greenhouse walls. There is much much more in the greenhouse now. We have planted many seeds into little grow pots. It is so exciting to watch the seedlings grow. The tomatoes have put on their secondary leaves and are starting to really look like tomato plants. Planted some coleus, chives, cilantro, and many others I just can't think of right now. We saved some coffee containers to use for mixing the Miracle Grow in. It is reaching the point where we need to move some plants out, but after being in the upper 80s for the past two weeks, it is going to get cold again tomorrow.
I did bring in some of the red geraniums for Valentine's Day, but didn't get the picture posted. Having the greenhouse has been a real blast. We bought ours for $350 at Harbor Freight, but I've seen practically the exact same thing for $850 recently...not at Harbor Freight.
I don't have a picture yet, but we bought a Meyer lemon tree Sunday to keep in a large pot on the patio. My daughter lives in Galveston and has the trees growing in her yard. On Thanksgiving she just went into the yard and picked some for our dinner. Maybe we will have some this year. There are many small ones on the tree, but it will have to live in the greenhouse during the winter up here in North Central Texas.
Ruby Tuesday is hosted by Mary the Teach over at Work of the Poet. Stop by and sign up on Mr. Linky to play.