Friday, 31 March 2017

A Grand Day Out - Of The Greenhouse

Temperatures in Edinbugh have improved recently, just in time for the newly emerging broad beans


Broad Beans
but also for the rest of the crew



A  Day Out  (of the greenhouse)

The early sown leeks need to be weened off the heat ready for the rugged outdoors:

Leeks

and even some of the big softees are getting an airing



Transplanted Sungold and "Green" Cherry Tomatoes



San Marzano still lagging behind

I'm also looking to save a fortune on bedding plants this year.  Here's a tray of transplanted lobelias.

Lobelia Crystal Palace - and cabbage muscling into the frame!
Of course all is well and good until the next cold snap when I will be scurrying around  to find frost free room for all these transplants!!!

A Grand Day Out



3 comments:

  1. Plenty of slug fodder there. I hope that you manage to keep them safe.

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  2. God......I am so afr behind...better get something sown this week!!

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  3. Wow!! I'd better start thinking about sowing tomato seeds. I'm trying my leeks straight into modules this year. The 40 cells to a seed tray type. You'll no doubt find out if it works better than my previous method which looks very similar to yours.

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