In Bloom

Back from Austria and straight to the plot.  What a difference a week makes. Whilst I knew we’d probably come back to a crop of the forced rhubarb, which if you remember from this post is destined for jam, I didn’t expect the rest of our plants to have taken off in quite the same way.

Allotment Plot 45a

Allotment Plot 45a

I did feel a bit like and aged relative walking around, saying to everything ‘my, haven’t you grown’.  I think sometimes when you see things everyday it’s easy not to notice.

Lemon Balm

Seeds

Of course there’s plenty of empty beds that need to be filled so starting with aubergines, peppers and sweetpeas it’s now that the serious business of sowing begins.

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5 Responses to “In Bloom”

  1. Sue@GLAllotments March 27, 2014 @ 4:32 pm (#)

    A bit the same as with people you see every day too

  2. Teresa / TheGardenDiary.com March 29, 2014 @ 12:48 am (#)

    Wow. Lush and green! Very different from our world right now!

    • Southbourne Gardens replied: — March 29th, 2014 @ 9:14 am

      It always amazes me how quickly it changes at this time of year.

  3. annjenny March 29, 2014 @ 9:48 am (#)

    You’re right – it’s that time of year again and with the warm weather everything is romping away. I sowed french beans in pots just a week ago and already they are about 3 inches high! I’m not sure what to do with them now as the weather is too unpredictable to plant them out. I keep telling them to slow down!

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