It's time to start pricking out some of the seedlings and move them into larger pots and onto the next stage of growing.
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 Sweet Pea 'Cupani' seedlings are growing so well that it's time to pinch out the buds to help the seedlings become strong and more resistant to pests.
The Crocus 'Giant Ruby' bulbs have grown and are about to flower, and some of the veg are already growing.
This year I am aiming at trying to encourage more bees and other insects into the garden. I seem to have no problem attracting woodlice, aphids and blackfly into the garden last year, so I aim to plant more bee friendly plants in a bid to help their plight. I'd also like to see more... Continue Reading →