In the greenhouse, the salad, spring cabbage and cauliflower seedlings are coming along and a dozen or so peas Douce Provence. I hope the lower temperature will spell the death knell for the aphids still remaining in the conservatory.
We're just about to run out of onions, despite planting about 400 last year, but the rest of the alliums are still plentiful.
|Leek Musselburgh bed|
|The Egyptian onions have spread a lot|
|Broad bean Aguadulce|
Because of the bad weather the DIY has been progressing apace, but we are heartily sick of it. Bring on the hedge planting of February and the polytunnel installation of March.