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Friday, 22 March 2013

Planting Seeds

Earlier in the week we had a nice day. Just the one if I remember right. It was warm enough for us not to wear coats, or rather, it wasn't so cold that we had to wear hats, scarves and gloves. The sun was shining and so we made the most of it and planted some seeds that we bought last week. I'm not very green fingered so I'm not expecting prize carrots to show off at the local flower & veg show but a few edible offerings would be nice.


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look at that concentration

We've planted beans, carrots, tomatoes, coriander and some salad leaves.

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Now we just have to remember to water them.

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10 comments:

  1. A sunny day, you have done well!not been able to plant our seeds yet this year

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  2. we have a few inches of snow today though! It's just weird old weather...

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  3. Elaine Livingstone23 March 2013 at 18:16

    a bit early in Scotland to plant seedlings. Bob wants some seeds and seed trays as he wants to grow his own food in the garden .

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  4. How did I miss this lovely post? Please come and join me on Country Kids. Lovely close up photos.

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  5. I'm desperate to get a veg garden planted with mine but it's so cold! Lovely post and pictures xx

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  6. I think it was a bit early here too, thankfully we have them inside the heated conservatory with all this snow!

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  7. oog good plan Fiona, done now x

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  8. you look very green fingered there to me! Thanks for linking

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  9. i really want to get y two planting some seeds but i am leaving it a bit late. i have no green fingers so am not sure what to do!! i love how much Jack is concentrating on his planting task x

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  10. it's not too late Jenny, go to the garden centre & look at the planting dates on the back & choose some that you can grow in post - carrots in a planter are so easy, they take no looking after, even we managed to grow some! Potatoes are a good one too....& then a couple of tomato plants when it gets a bit warmer....see, almost self sufficient!! x

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