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Nasturtiums and Landcress

It’s been a while since my last update, we have had some good weather of over the last few weeks and the seedlings have been doing well.

The nasturtiums have shot up and the landcress too.

It’s now time to pick the mustards I grew over the winter as they have reached their maximum size and the warm weather has meant they have started to flower and go to seed, better pick them and now and use them before they are useless.

Here are some pics:

Mustard Greens

Mustard Greens


landcress seedlings

landcress seedlings


Nasturtium seedlings

Nasturtium seedlings


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Sowing seeds and over wintering plants

(from 14th feb)
Well spring isn’t quite here, and has been far to cold and snowy to really plant any seeds outside, but the mustard greens which I planted in October are still alive as you can see, a little  on the small side but alive. 


The mustard greens and collard greens which I planted in November in the sun tunnels have begun to grow faster and the mustard greens are ready to come out of the tunnels now.


I planted some dandelion and landcress seeds in some cat litter trays I bought cheaply from our local Range store with some seeding compost from B&Q which are are in the small canvas greenhouse I also bought from the range, hopefully they will germinate soon, now the weather is milder.

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