Coastal winds, drenching rains and a cool maritime climate present a challenge for those who want to grow vegetables and flowers in Lincoln County. Garden structures that can retain heat and provide protection from the wind are a great solution for establishing early plantings and protecting delicate seedlings from the outside elements. Heat-loving plants, such as tomatoes, peppers, basil and eggplants, can remain under shelter throughout the year.
"More On Greenhouses" is the second in the Lincoln County Master Gardeners roundtable series for 2017. For those who want to learn how to jump start a garden, maximize earlier yields and work in the soil year-round, the "More On Greenhouses" roundtable presentation will offer a great opportunity. For the complete article see the 02-15-2017 issue.
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