Well it’s nearly Christmas so it is time to get going on those spring jobs in the greenhouse. The first job every spring for us is to repot the Pleiones and we will aim to have them all done by the middle of January.
You may have noticed that thethird webcam ‘orchid of the week’ is not pointing at an orchid at all but giving a great view of the computer control in Warm America. This shows one of the real benefits of webcams in winter weather as all night this camera shows the comforting glow of a big […]
I can’t let the end of 2010 pass without thanking all the members of Greenhouse Club for being so brilliant and working so hard this year. Without your committment the orchid project would be nothing. Congratulations Luke Barnes for your fantastic 2010 with the Society of Biology Prize and thankyou for the hundreds of hours […]
Well, the time has come once again for me to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! And what a year it’s been! This year, among other things, saw us move over to our brand new greenhouses! Since moving over at easter, we’ve been spending most of the time organising […]
Answer – The Writhlington School Greenhouses 🙂 This has to be the best time of year to have a heated greenhouse. While many little mammals are thinking of hibernating to sit out the cold months, the students of Writhlington School (little mammals too) are busy surrounded by some of the of the world’s most stunning flowers. […]