Anyway lets begin at the right hand side of the greenhouse, in the yellow box. These are all the 'doubles' of pond plants, just in case we had another bad winter. As you can see they are doing well.
The top shelf has some of my new Brugmansia's, one of which is Brugmansia Sanguinea Orange, an Olive and a Begonia Luxurians. I love the leaves of this.
Underneath the bedding Coleus, and
Lots of Nicotiana
Further along, we have a selection of tomato plants, climbers, Sweet Peas, Nasturtiam and Ipomea underneath some Heuchera, Petunia's and some Foxglove 'Illumination, a new one from Thompson & Morgan.
on the shelf behind some ferns and more Heuchera
from left to right... Colocasia Fallux, still quite small, and I think may have to go back on the heat mat as they haven't done much for quite awhile. Beside another petunia which as you can see has decided to flower already. Then we have at the front Ricinus and behind more nicotiana. I love the Ricinus to think how big this will be in a few weeks and even months.
The ensete in the front pot is a ? which has been potted up on 'horse manure'.
My Cyathea australis cooperi,
ferns and Black-eyed Susan beside
Getting tired yet? One of my Ensete Maurelli, this one has been repotted onto horse manure. This one usually gets the 'strangles' so we shall see.
This one on the other hand usually does well
A few of my hosta's
more ferns and purple spotted plants
squeezed in at the end of the propagater, 2 brugmansias and 2 gingers
Heuchera's and ferns
Spider plants, Bears Breeches (Acanthus spinosus) and some more Coleus
On the back shelf, Cobea Scandens (cup & saucer plant), more coleus and an abolution
More to follow..........