Dig A Hole Plant The Seed, Enough Said!
Mikey reminded me time back, the best way for us to move forward with anything we try to achieve on the allotment is to Keep it Simple Stupid.
So KISS is going to be our mantra for the next few months or so, as we casually get our heads round our first three months on our plot in Salford.
Just ’cause you’ve never done something doesn’t mean you can’t teach an old dog new tricks?
So it’s been a patience is key kinda thing, for the last month or so. Dig over the soil, get rid of the weeds on any given day.
Wait a few days, let mother nature do what she does and repeat a few days later. Just Because …
Dig A Hole Plant The Seed
Dig a hole plant the seed, in time we’ll get round to feeding the soil, but for the now, not to worry.
It’s early days on our plot and we’ve deliberately spaced a few of our seeds fairly close to one another as a test.
A link or two from Dig A Hole Plant The Seed podcast:
Seeds sown so far on our plot
(links below show growing guides / info provided from where purchased)
- Broad Bean Imperial Green Longpod
- Pea Purple Podded
- Runner Bean Scarlet Emperor
- Rhubarb Chard
- Swiss Chard Rainbow Mixed
- Celery Golden Self Blanching
- Swede Marian
- Turnip Snowball
- Broccoli Early Purple Sprouting
- Cauliflower Romanesco
- Parsnip Countess f1
- Cabbage Golden Acre
- Onion Rijnsburger
Potatoes chitting on me windowsill
Flowers / Herbs sown on our plot