The life and times of an up and coming vegetable patch. A blog to record my first attempts at vegetable gardening.
Thursday, May 3, 2012
The other jobs I did in Monday's sunshine (that didn't last long did it?!) were planting another 8 seed potatoes (Sante - main crop) and potting on the more tender crops.
I pricked out the chilli, pepper and aubergines that finally germinated inside (see here and here). The courgettes never did show themselves, so I've ditched them and started again - a new packet of seed, covered in vermiculite, in a propagator on the kitchen windowsill. The other disaster we had was Amy's first sowing of sweetcorn. I think both of these were too cold outside, and by the time I'd realised and brought them inside, the seeds were no longer viable. We did manage to get 1 to germinate - nicknamed "Sally"!
Posted by Catherine at 7:29 PM
Labels: aubergine, chilli, courgette, pepper, potato, sante, sowing seeds, sweetcorn, vermiculite
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