Finally I had a dry day and managed to go to the allotment to cut the grass on the path. It needed it very badly but the weather was against me.
I kept the comfrey plant as it is nearly ready to flower, the bees like it and I always cut it after they had a good go at it. It doesn’t get wasted, I will put it in my comfrey barrel of water and have some more fertiliser. Everything is used on our plot.
The path looks better but if the weather continues like this I’ll be cutting it soon enough again.
My friend Dave found a large number of tomato seedlings in his greenhouse, his cherry tomatoes from last year did well! He potted a lot of them and told me to help myself to some. I did that and planted them in the glazed part of the latest greenhouse. I’ve got them in pots on the bench and also in the ground. The front part which is covered by a green netting and is partially glazed will have chard and radishes there.
The radishes amaze me, I picked another bunch of them. I have a couple of rows coming up in the greenhouse at home so if I sow another few rows over the weekend we can have a continuous supply.
All the climbing beans that I planted out a few days ago are doing fine and I think I might start hardening off some squashes and pumpkins.
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Looking good, Mum.
Thanks very much Mike, perfection in all things….. xxx Helen