The greenhouse standing open to keep it from getting too hot in the sun.
As the seedlings grow, I'll transplant them into individual pots so they'll have room to get bigger before we plant them out into the garden later in May. By the time I do that, it may get a little crowded in there. You can see that I added a couple of boards across the back wall for more space.
Tomatoes, cukes, squash, kale, and herbs are beginning to sprout!
We decided that, once the seedlings are out of the greenhouse, it will be a good place to grow warmer weather plants like basil. We've always had mixed results with basil because it's not consistently hot here, and basil likes warm weather. But, inside the greenhouse it should be warm enough.