scullion wrote:let me know if you want anything i may be growing or can pick up at the victorian fair (late may bank holiday) for when you come down.
Zosherooney wrote: I snaffled a few twiggy bits to support 3 peas found sprouting in the fridge............ One of the lilac twigs is budding up !!!! I can't believe it
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scullion wrote:a few different varieties of tomatoes and chillies.
a few different varieties of squash,
sugar snap peas,
a couple of types of french beans,
these are the seeds that have been sown so far and most have been potted on.
there are sweet potato slips developing in the propagator.
there are more seeds to go in there over the next few days.
the fava beans planted a month or more ago are up and doing well.
these are the things planted so far for the community garden - and us (with a few plants to sell at the victorian fair).
a few early potatoes are in the poly tunnel as are radishes and a new crop of coriander, and outside, some more potatoes and the jerusalem artichokes have been replanted.
more things will go in as and when last years crops finish and when the time is right, such as leeks, beetroot, broccoli, kohl rabi, chard, spinach - well the list can go on and on.
i do have to start tidying the plots at home ready to put stuff in - although i'm loth to clear the rocket that's been going all winter. i also have some 'green in snow' to plant that was given to me on monday - and i'll also be sowing some glass gem sweetcorn - just for the look of them.
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