Sunday, October 24, 2010

Crowded!!

I'm feeling a little claustrophobic lately. Why you may ask? Because we brought in every plant that needed or wanted to come indoors. Crowded much? Our front enclosed porch is now filled with a hibiscus, a gardenia, a meyer lemon, a meyer lime, 3 pots of mint, 2 pots of basil, 5 pots of bell peppers, 1 oregano and 1 pointsetta. Most people would just let the herbs die off until next year, but I love fresh herbs so much that I want to see how long it will last indoors. I'll take another photo from a different angle later so you can see how our porch has now become our greenhouse. LOL!

10 comments:

  1. That's a familiar sight! At least I know I'm not the only one doing it!

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  2. As far as I know you could plant the oregano and mints in the ground there. Not long before we bring in a lot of plants, not looking forward to it either.

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  3. I wish I could do the same with some of my plants. Whenever I bring any flowers or plants in my cats start grazing, and then I start the cleanup.

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  4. How cozy!! Now you have your own little jungle to help ward off the cold NY winters!! Perhaps you could bottle up all that extra oxygen and sell it? :0)

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  5. It is so hard to just let them go! We haven't had frost yet (luckily) but will soon. I'll have to look into getting a porch :-)
    GJ

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  6. That is a lovely mix to be crowded by! :)

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  7. Hi Meemsync~~ I think I'm going to be doing the same thing soon at least with my ginormous tender banana. ... Your plants look really healthy.

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  8. Claustrophobia is the natural winter condition for plant lovers, no?

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