Hopefully over the next few days I will get the rest of my onions and potatoes in the ground. I'm in no rush yet though as the soil is still quite cold here, a week or two will not make much of a difference. Once I have the onions and potatoes in, I can move onto peas that I will sow directly into the ground along with carrots, parsnips, spring and pickling onions and a row of lettuce.
Waiting for better weather in the blow-away are beetroot that I sowed in seed trays last month, I've now pricked them out into modules.
Here are some photo's of the state of play in the greenhouse at my half plot.
|Calabrese is hardened off and ready to go in.|
|Hispi Cabbage is ready too.|
|Cauliflowers, I sowed these a month after the other brassicas.|
|My first sowing of leeks are doing well.|
|Gooseberries are starting to flower|
|Spring onions, I'll plant these out before they get too big and go woody.|
|Swift first early's motoring along now.|
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