|It's bluebell season|
|The new hedge is coming to life|
|Full complement of beech leaves|
Everything is tantalisingly close to producing, but there is no new produce just yet, apart from fresh rocket and the three winter stalwarts of kale, chard and spring cabbage. I'm so looking forward to the following:
The good news this week was that the parsnip seedlings decided to show their little heads. I'd been worried about not having any parsnips this year since the seeds were just over a year old, but emptying out the entire packet has produced results.
I also planted out a few French beans to see how they cope.
|Freshly mown and mulched middle paddock|
|The potatoes have come back to life|
|Hops - male or female?|
|The squashes are growing apace, but when will it be warm enough for them to go out?|
|Sweetcorn seedlings - they'll also need a warm summer|