It's that time of year again - but, I seem to be a little behind with my seed sowing. I can't get myself into gear and get on with it. You know how it is - I have just come back from holiday and feel all relaxed - now I need to rev up and get cracking. So - after inspecting everything in the greenhouse to check on progress whilst we have been away - I sowed some more peas (Douce Provence) and broad beans (Aguadulce) and three types of dwarf bean (Rondo, Delinel and Tendergreen). Only half of the pink flowered broad beans germinated, the rest rotted in the pot, due in part I think to over-enthusiastic watering.
The tomatoes are coming along fine, snug in their mini-greenhouse within the big greenhouse - I still have the Black Russian to sow yet, but I am leaving those for a while so I get a later crop.
And the Anya potatoes are just poking through
And except for a few herbs, that is all I have done so far
How are you getting on with your seed sowing?
|Broad bean - Karamyzn|
|Peas - Hurst Green Shaft|
|Tomatoes - mixed|
|Chervil - Bronze Fennel - Sorrel and Hyssop|