Saturday, October 2, 2010

Back in April I posted about starting a nursery..

Here is what i have accomplished in just a few months. In June when we moved back to our other home, i really got busy with my nursery. I am not licensed or inspected yet, but will be, before next spring. I have always loved plants, and have always had a few.. But now i have this. None are blooming now so no pretty flowers to look at.

This bed has at least a thousand plants.

Area where i have some plants waiting for pots

Up close photo of above photo

photo of my Japanese Maples

Hakuro Nashiakis  Or Dapple Willows

Cuttings of Four of the Old Roses I will Have

My lilly bed, one of them.

Ten large pots of Blueberries.

Bed with my Grasses, and Daisies

This bed is my pink mums,Variegated Weigelas,  and Spirea

This bed has Rose of Sharon,Painted daisy,several varity of Holly hocks,Pitisporum, mums and more

LIlacs, GArdinas, and others

Velvet & Lace Dianthus

Bed of Anemeones, Hybrid poplars,Gardenias, and more

The other end of bed above

My September charm Anemeone blooming

Close up of Bed with Grasses and Daisy's


Lucy@Corset Laced Mannequins said...

Wow, you have been busy. You definately have green fingers! look forward to seeing all those baby plants grow big and strong. Lucyxx

Grandma Shell said...

You go girl! A number of years ago I raised and sold bedding plants. Certainly is hard work! After that I did pesticide-free greenhouse tomatoes. That was never-ending work! They grow year-round! Here's to success in your nursery business!

Sandy~Romantique Inspirations~ said...

Hi Sheila, You haven't been around and I can relate to that, but I'm here to to say I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. I have been so busy with just life in general I haven't had the time to blog..

Wishing you all the best and sending warm HUgs your way.

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zoyaagray said...

Greenery is most important part for earth. You have done great work. I like your all nursery pix. Its fantastic job.

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