Monthly Archives: March 2019

Pricking out Tomato seedlings

Now is the gentle task of pricking out all your tomato seedlings. If some aren’t quite large enough, prick out what you can, and then put the tray back and let the rest of them grow. This year I got … Continue reading

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Tuesday 19th March 2019 – Pricking out and sowing various flowers seeds

The last 2 weeks have been rather windy, and it’s got nothing to do with what I’ve been eating, although Mark may disagree with that. With the strong winds I’ve been very concerned about spending any length of time in … Continue reading

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Sowing Melon seeds – What a lovely pair I have….

Melons are one of those fruits that we dream of growing in cooler climates. I’ve tried and tried for many years to grow a wonderful pair but they seem to prefer warmer climates….That is until now! Emir are the perfect … Continue reading

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Sowing Chilli Seeds

Now we’re into March the weather has warmed up nicely and it’s time to start sowing your Chilli Seeds. I have both sweet, mild and hot chilli seeds this year. What ones are you growing this year? Here’s how I … Continue reading

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Sunday 3rd March 2019 – Lots more brassicas sown.

Because I’ve already sown some brassica seeds, I’m not showing you how to sow any more, because you need to sow them in exactly the same way. The wind is blowing outside and it’s drizzling with rain, so I shut … Continue reading

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Join the Flower Sprout Revolution with me…..

If you’ve never sown Flower Sprouts, Kalettes, Brukale (all the same thing) before why not sow some this year. They are a cross between Kale and Brussels Sprouts and are absolutely delicious. They are very easy to find now and … Continue reading

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Sowing Tomato seeds….

Freshly harvested Tomatoes are just the most wonderful thing ever. They have so much more flavour that the watery, tasteless shop ones. You can always find space for at least one tomato plant, so why not try and grow some … Continue reading

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