The one where the garden starts to get fruity and things need pricking out.
The one where I pot on a load of seedlings and run out of pots.
It’s time to be ‘pricking out’ my Sweet Sultant flowers and the brightly coloured Swiss Chard seedlings, and get them ready for their next stage of growing.
It’s a busy Saturday in the garden as Winter eases off. There’s sowing, pricking out, and shed sorting to do!
The Tomato ‘Minibel’ seedlings are ready to be potted on to their individual pots, and head towards their next growing stage.
It’s time for the Courgettes to be pricked out, and potted on, but not all of them are ready, and the Tomatoes are up!
There might be lots of new lush green growth outside, but there’s still plenty of seeds and plants to sow and pot on indoors.
Whilst the wettest drought continues with continuous heavy rain for yet another Bank Holiday, there’s still plenty of jobs to do indoors in preparation for this year’s garden.
Over the weekend I was able to dodge those April Showers to build wigwams, sow the French Beans and prick-out the Salvia seedlings.
The Rose returns to bloom; the Foxgloves for next year have been potted-on; the Rocket is almost ready to pick.