The Courgettes are thriving but they’ve come under attack from blackfly, and the Rosemary has a beetle infestation.
I’m beginning to drool as the Courgette ‘Black Beauty’ plants are beginning to flower and form baby courgettes, but the garden pests are queuing up.
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!
The third propagator came into action this weekend, as British Summer Time arrived and I fill another windowsill with seedlings.
The Courgette ‘Black Beauty’ seedlings are up, and so begins the next hurdle…
The garden springs to life indoors and out.
Last year’s Tulip bulbs are now coming into flower, and the seedlings are thriving in the propagator.
The propagator has been filled with freshly sown seeds – ready to bring the garden to life in 2013.
The Daylilies are blooming marvellous at the moment, but the snails continue their brazen crimewave.
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.
Whilst clearing windowsills to make way for some newly sown vegetables, an unwelcome pest gets its comeuppance.