The Minibel Tomatoes begin to crop, but the Squash and Courgettes are under attack from white mildew that threatens to kill them.
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.
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!
The third propagator came into action this weekend, as British Summer Time arrived and I fill another windowsill with seedlings.
The first Tomato ‘Minibel’ fruits have been picked – ending a 4 month waiting period, blighted by heavy winds and roasting sunshine.
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.
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.
I’ve received a great ‘goodbye’ gardening gift from the team at CBM, the overseas disability charity.