My grandson’s Sunflower growing inside a hoop house.
I am so unsure of what a hoop house is, but I love the pic! I have a cute photo of a nephew this week.
A hoop house is like a green house. Here in NH, we have to take the plastic off in the winter because of snow load. Are you sponsoring an event each Wednesday?
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We hold a competition on our allotment site to see who can grow the tallest sunglower plant and the largest flower head. I shall take photos and make them into a Greenbench post.
I will look forward to seeing them. Sunflowers are such beautiful flowers but don’t get the same recognition as other flowers. I find them stately and wonderful as they reach to the sky.
I agree, sunflowers are so beautiful and every one should grow them at least once so that they can see all the changes in the flower. Amara and I just found it fascinating! And I couldn’t stop photographing them!
I love gardening with young kids:) Just to teach them that a huge plant can come from a tiny seed. Thank you for sharing the term “hoope house” , I wasn’t sure what it was either. I love learning new things:)
Have an awesome day
These are so pretty they don’t even look real! I had no clue what a hoop house was but I see that you explained in the comments section. Good…saves me from having to Google it! 🙂
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