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Last Day of September in the Dome Greenhouse

Here come cooler temperatures in my garden. In this post, I share the Last Day of September in the Dome Greenhouse

Last Day of September in the Dome Greenhouse Video

In this video, I tried my hardest to share what it is like to have a dome greenhouse.  It really is a magical place to enjoy even if you don’t garden. The forecast is showing temperatures in the low 40*s and many of the tropicals and succulents I have outdoors in containers will not do well in those conditions.

This video is embedded from my YouTube Channel. I encourage you to follow me on YouTube at BrenHaas.It is amazing to look back at the documentation of the dome from the beginning of the year not to mention a year ago.  Every day has been a positive learning experience.  I hope to continue sharing about my experience so be sure to ask questions that you may have.

Mentioned In The Video

In the video featured on this site, I share a few of my favorite things.  Below I share a few photo highlights.  Be sure to ask me questions by commenting on this post.

Shiko Eggplant

Eggplant Shikou in the Dome Garden
Eggplant Shikou

The Shikou Eggplant means ‘Supreme’ in Japanese.  These plants were started from seed and I am not sure how they will respond to the Autumn conditions in the dome.  This will be fun to see how they grow.  This variety is medium-sized, productive, semi-spineless and mature about 75 days.

Lime Shrub 

Lime Shrub in the Dome Garden
Little Lime Shrub

Mangave
This is the only Mangave I have that could poke ya!  Did you catch it’s sister in the video?  you’ll see my one and only Agave plant I’ve been growing since 2011.

Tooth Fairy Mangave
Tooth Fairy Mangave

Let’s Connect

Kink Kitty in the Dome Garden

At the end of the video, I had to carry Kink Kitty back up to the house because he was sleeping so sound.  I can’t wait to share more with you as we head into cooler temperatures.  There isn’t must to worry about because by year 4 of gardening in the dome … I’ve got this!   Happy to connect with you so please be sure to leave a comment on the blog post.  Readers are invited to comment on my contact page and I will do my best to email you back.

Happy Autumn Gardening,

Bren Haas

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    1. Thank you for stopping by Amy! I love your website and blog so it is an honor that you stopped by.

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Bren Haas

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Bren Haas is the creator of GardenChat which is the first online gardening social community using social media. Her website features gardening tips and tricks, recipes, travel ideas, product reviews, and social media how-to help from her personal and unique experiences.

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