FILMED LIVE ON MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL Gentle walk around the plot as the sun sets beyond the rooftops.
It’s finally raining after 12 weeks of sunshine!
The Potatoes, v. Red Duke of York, in the greenhouse have been growing for 12 weeks now but the supplier claims that they can be harvested as early as 10 weeks. So let’s have a look at what I’ve got.
It looks like the last frost has now passed so it’s time to plant out the Runner Beans, v. Firestorm.
Finally got around to sowing the Carrots (Sweet Candle) and Parsnips (Gladiator). All was going so well until a visitor arrived on the plot…
It’s May, so time for another monthly allotment tour.
This week we have a really hard frost, hopefully the last of the season, so I was busy making sure the greenhouse kept above freezing in order to protect all the seedlings I’ve got. I also meet up with Tamara on her plot, this is the allotment which Geoff had. …
A hard frost arrived this week so there was a need to cover tender crops including my potatoes, but with no fleece at hand I had to use something else. In the greenhouse the Savoy Cabbages are transplanted and the first sowing of Spinach is complete.
Another busy week in the greenhouse. Podcast details at http://seanjcameron.com/podcasts/
Time for another walk around the allotment garden to see the changes since last month.