As the season progresses towards summer, the greenhouse is steadily transitioning to summer mode. First, the seedling benches filled up with transplants:
On the warmer days, the roll up sides are open for ventilation:
Then, with enough transplants planted out in the field, the centre bed is freed up for some more tomatoes:
The tomatoes now have their extra row cover off, and are starting to grow up their string trellis:
A few seedlings are still hanging around in the back. In a week or two, I'll have it down to one small bench for late season transplants so that I can fill in the side beds with peppers and eggplants:
This small structure (built just last year) has been a hub of activity for its first spring. I'm looking forward to seeing how everything does in the summer ahead. It won't be changing so quickly once the peppers, eggplants and tomatoes are all in place, but it should still be a very productive area.