Three week’s later

and a beautiful day, ‘though hopefully the forecast rain will materialise overnight as the ground and plants really need it.

As mentioned in the last post, it’s not so great on the “chewed plant” front, with the top shoots of many of the climbing and dwarf bean seedlings having been eaten presumably by rabbits, maybe also wood pigeons. Hence netting has been draped over to offer some protection.

A continuous priority is weeding, as here among the onions.

Tomato plants and cucumbers are flourishing in the polytunnels, while cabbages, started under cover, are being transplanted outside. And outdoors, gooseberries are looking promising.



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