Well folks its been an interesting time since I last posted, no more so than my in ability to actually use Blogger. During the last week or so I have been fortunate enough to acquire 16 3ft x 2ft and 14 2ft x 2ft paving slabs for the bases of my two 2nd hand greenhouses. I duly loaded said slabs on to my trailer and towed them the 55 miles home only to be informed that the probably weigh about a ton and a half.My poor wee car!!. My first sowing of celery which was 28/1/12 succumbed to damping off and I have only 9 plants left. I will get a post of them tomorrow. Due to family commitments I was away from home most of this week which has left me with a huge amount of work over the coming seven days. Fortunately my watering system worked and no real damage has been done, except my carrots are now at least 10 days late.
I also picked up 30x 3 ltr pots 70 x7 cm square pots and 5x4 ltrs pot at my local recycling point "Moray Waste Busters" for the Princely sum of £2.50.
Above are my onions for the 250 gms class. Currently in 9 cm pots but will be getting potted up to 1 ltr pots shortly. I have two varieties centro and globo. This is my first attempt at growing for the 250 gms class so lets keep our fingers crossed. I'm happy with them so far.
This is my Kelsea onions which I hope to get ready for the 1 to 1.5 kg class or as big as I can get them. I will be potting these onions on this coming week into 3 ltr pots.
This is what my Parsnip bad looked like on Tuesday morning. There was 5 inch of snow. I really need a poly tunnel!!
This was my Shallot and red onions on the same Tuesday. I am now not sure of how they will turn out.