Fun on the allotment.

I'm a student, chef, gardner, photographer and general procrastinator. On the 5th November 2011 I inherited an old battered allotmentand started this blog so people can watch as I work and play to make it my dream larder.
With this unseasonably cold weather I’m having to make the most of my little seedling greenhouse. 

On the top I’ve got a 40x cell tray of leek seeds and a 15x of baby lettuce plants, as well as 4 half trays germinating my red cabbage, savoy cabbage, kale and PS.broccoli seeds. 

The middle shelf is a 40x tray of mixed beans and peas, a 15x tray of mixed plants (chilli, pepper, tomato, etc) and 2 fully trays of germinating wild strawberry seeds (1 red and 1 white). 

The bottom shelf is mixed 3 inch pots with various lettuce and such in and other herb pots. 

I can’t wait to have a full greenhouse, but for now I’m more than happy with this.

With this unseasonably cold weather I’m having to make the most of my little seedling greenhouse.

On the top I’ve got a 40x cell tray of leek seeds and a 15x of baby lettuce plants, as well as 4 half trays germinating my red cabbage, savoy cabbage, kale and PS.broccoli seeds.

The middle shelf is a 40x tray of mixed beans and peas, a 15x tray of mixed plants (chilli, pepper, tomato, etc) and 2 fully trays of germinating wild strawberry seeds (1 red and 1 white).

The bottom shelf is mixed 3 inch pots with various lettuce and such in and other herb pots.

I can’t wait to have a full greenhouse, but for now I’m more than happy with this.

  1. growandeat reblogged this from growandeat
  2. allotmenteering said: Looking good - all my seedlings are currently residing in my apartment!
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