all day here in London today, which I don’t mind. That and the still mild temperatures have got to be good for the plot.
Following on from a week ago Sunday I did a couple of hours work last Tuesday and Thursday. The first thing I did was to plant the daffodil bulbs that I had been given in clumps around the flower half of the plot.
In the vegetable half I planted two short rows of onions, and sowed a short row each of Corn Salad Verte de Cambrai, Japanese Greens Mizuna, Kale Dwarf Green Curled and Lettuce Winter Density.
That’s about it apart from the planned roses and raspberries, and a couple of promised donations from my kind neighbours.
From now on I’ll finish forking and weeding the areas that I only turned over once a while back, sort out where the paths are going to be and just keep the plot ticking over.
On days when the weather is like today then I’ll be at home continuing to compile a flower seed list from the Chiltern Seeds Catalogue and a vegetable one from The Organic Gardening Catalogue. More about these another time!