3 June 2010.
This might seem like a strange question at a time when, hopefully, you will be reaping the fruits of your labours, harvesting the first toms, cramming the freezer with beans and when even the courgettes still seem new and novel!
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1 April 2010.
Sowing in the KG greenhouse started back in March when we decided that we couldn’t wait any longer to open some seed packets and started off salad leaves, lettuces, beetroot, leeks and herbs, among other things in trays in the greenhouse. These joined the onions that were sown earlier in the year and the potatoes, at the time still chitting, on the bench.
2 February 2010.
No doubt you’ll be itching to get some seeds sown as soon as possible, but if you are reading this in early January – your copy of KG just having plopped through the letterbox, you’ll also be frustrated that it’s still just a tad too early – the soil just too cold and wet (or frozen). But, if you are lucky enough to have a greenhouse, or even a warm windowsill, there is something you can sow now – your three packets of pepper seeds free on the front of KG this month.
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