The last picture is a lime which I planted last spring. I want to keep a record of how big is is now because I don't want to let it grow too big. Excuse the crap in the background.
Seeds sown so far in March
Tomatoes - all germinated and transplated today. Costaluto - beef tomatoes, Marmade - Beef tomatoes I think, San Marzano - plum tomatoes, Gardeners Delight and Red Cherry, Moneymaker
Peppers - two varieties all germinated
Broccoli - germinated
Leeks - 3 varieties sewed twice because I'm numpty and forgot I'd sown some the week before. First lot germinated
Butternut squash (saved from one from the supermarket so don't know if it will grow
Spring onions (in the greenhouse)
Carrots (in the greenhouse)
Phew. Not bad really.
Have pototoes and onions, but can't put them in yet because we are having some work done soon (very soon I hope)on the garden to terrace it and hopefully stop it all washing down the hill. Our Neighbour has already cut the lawn, but he is a bit obsessive, so I think we'll wait until it's actually growing! Between us we have also sieved the compost from 2 years ago (NB. don't put in the elastic bands from the spring onions - they don't rot down.), and turned over last years, ready to start a new one. So far we haven't had much to put in other than peelings etc and grass, but expect to get a bit more this year.
It's great to be out there again, but we are mindful that the first year in our new house ( 2008) we had snow in early April. So don't get carried away.
That'll do until April. Bye for now