From its humble beginnings as just a place to house the plants that grow, the greenhouse has somehow transformed into a miniature jungle. There are rows of troughs, pots, buckets, bureau drawers and just about any container you can imagine, full of soil and the beginnings of this years plants. New trees are beginning to sprout while the old ones continue to make their way into adulthood. The Discedo trees grow hard into the roof, and have already started to blossom. Grape vines grow on every available surface. The venus fly trap is getting increasingly larger by the day and several new Discedo trees are rapidly on the way due to their ability to grow so quickly. The giant apple tree is at the center of it all, leafing early this year. Yorda's strange sword sits under it, jammed into the soil and roof for safe keeping. These plants have had a lot of help not just to survive but to flourish.
The glass that broke during the storm has been recycled was remade into strange decorations, often resembling something between a windchime and a dreamcatcher. Some are visible, hanging from the ceiling at varying lengths. They give an odd hum and reflect the dull winter sunlight in strange ways. The place is welcoming if you know Yorda and those who work here, it can be eerie if you don't.
Speaking of trouble, a pale, gray and white blur streaks past the comm, looking excited.
"Nil sa," she says, pausing at one of the metal supports that holds the greenhouse together. Rests her hand on it, and for a brief second nothing happens. Then the new ornaments begin to vibrate and give off a high-pitched ring. There's a burst of light, crackling like electricity and swirling up the support like a blinding fog. The light clears, and the ornaments settle down. For a moment, strange writings pulse along the metal support before fading into it. Yorda steps back, looking around as if to admire her handiwork before going to tend to the plants. The comm shortly after times out.]
[ooc: Open commentlog in the greenhouse? :D]
[The video flickers on to the inside of the greenhouse. Most of the plants have been put back after the snow storm. There are panes of glass that are cracked, some altogether gone and replaced by squares of tarp or cloth.