The little seedlings in the greenhouse are emerging from the soil.
This long pot is full of cucumbers.
These are salad makings. Tomatoes, lettuce, radicchio, and cabbage. The greens would grow in outside but unless I plant them in the garden, the rabbits will get them, so . . they’ll grow in the greenhouse and be just fine and we’ll have home grown salad throughout the winter. There will be a bit of a gap in the tomatoes . . the seedlings won’t be producing til probably near the middle of December and once we have a hard frost, the few tomatoes still producing in the garden will be gone.
Again . . depending on how much cold we have, I’m guessing buying lettuce would be a heck of a lot cheaper than keeping that greenhouse warm if I’m not going to be starting seeds for a spring garden.