It’s May 15 in Ohio and the forecast says to expect another morning with frost as the temperatures dip down to the low 30*f over night. I feel really sorry for those who got the early spring growing fever and didn’t pay attention to the frost dates in their hardiness zones. If you aren’t sure what your frost date is check out this post on Bonnie Plants Website. Even though we are suppose to be clear of additional frost after May 15 I’m keeping the veggies that are going to make the outdoor garden home under cover until June 1. With all the frost dates and cold temperatures in mind I’m going to share my place I don’t have to worry about anything but maybe a few wanted bugs and keeping things cool – the 20 foot geodesic bio dome.
[alert-note]Video Slide Show : May 15 in the Dome[/alert-note]
I took the photos I took today and made a video slide show with some audio of me sharing comments on what is going on in each photo. I hope you will take the time to watch the video and I’d really love it if you shared it with your friends.
Watch this video at Gardening in the Dome Playlist
[alert-note]Highlight of Growing in Photos[/alert-note]
Below are a few of my favorite photos I took this afternoon while out gardening in the very wet geodesic bio dome. I can’t get over how much the veggies, flowers, herbs and fruit shrubs are loving it in the dome.
Please be sure to watch the video attached to this blog post to see all the awesome photos I took today in the dome. I’ve got to get back out to work on the fence my husband and I are putting around the new garden outdoors. Once it is dry enough to get the tractor back to the dome we hope to some some major work in there but for now…. I love it just the way it is!
[alert-warning]I’d love to connect with you… what did you think of the dome? If you are interested in adding one to your garden I’d love to help you with that. Please be sure to leave a comment below and stop back soon to visit and see what we are up to next here in the garden.
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