I saw a tip on pinterest to bubble wrap your plants if you keep them in containers. This helps to keep the plant babies warm during the cold months. I got some bubble wrap from a coworker who didn't need it. I knew I'd use it for my plants.
Here's my greenhouse with my babies that need to be wrapped.
I cleaned up a little and put everything on my bench. I had just enough bubble wrap. I did not plant my rose bush (teal pot). I will probably just put a plastic bag on that plant.
Here's one of my succulents.
Another succulent. I got this for $1 at Lowes. It's getting so big. :)
My green bean plant. Not looking happy. The cold might have damaged it before I could wrap him.
Inside.....Here's my pumpkin sprouts.
I might have a bloom soon? I believe this is a male flower. The small one below is probably the female flower. Since these are indoors I will have to hand pollinate the female if I want to get fruit. Plus, I will probably need to plant these plants in soil.
I love this one because the seed shell is still attached. It makes me smile.
I am also happy to say.....my orchids are growing new stems and blossoms.
My celery plant that was a base and has been regrown 3 times now is growing more. :)
And the new base I just planted in water last week is growing. :)