|Hedge laying near Childhay|
Weeping Window in Hereford Cathedral
2 months ago
What I really enjoy is being out there, working my veggie patch. Some days the weather makes things just too wet and soggy, so why not use some of those forced indoor moments to share my experiences of organic vegetable growing?
|Parsnip, carrots and beetroot ready for use (see the lovely Tête à Tête enjoying the spring sunshine)|
|The parsnip and spinach (leaf beet) cleared and off-cuts of leaf beet left to rot in. |
I'll be putting manure on here very soon in preparation as one of the potato beds.
|These are over-wintered alliums: Elephant and ordinary garlic, onions ans shallots.|
|One of the broad bean beds, some gaps to be filled by fresh sowing after Jack Frost re-visited|
|Cabbage (spring greens) just staring to leaf up, so ready for use soon.|
|The last few leeks (I'd just dug some - we had leek and potato soup for lunch today).|
|In the summerhouse (easier to keep warm than one of the greenhouses) |
celeriac germinated and taken from the cosy propagator