Transplanting Red Onions on The Plot on a tasty weather day in Salford.
Seemed like the right time to do it in me head and that works for us. 120 Red Brunswick onion seedlings planted on the 5th bed of our 2nd plot.
Good to grow in me head with our 2nd plot. Just the one wigwam to tie up and three beds left to sort out by the full moon in March, on our 1st plot.
Transplanting Red Onions on The Plot
Pleased to see signs of new life on the fruit section of our 2nd plot. Sorted last year, recycling and moving blueberries, currants and gooseberries.
Nice to see that the rhubarb we split in two the other year, is now on the grow for a random crumble or pie on another day.
The garlic seems to be #growingwiththeflow quite nicely on the 5th bed of our 2nd plot. Out of 31 cloves planted. We’ve only lost the one, for the now.
Probably not the brightest day to be transplanting our Red Brunswick onions on the plot next to the garlic.
It just sorta seemed like a plan in me head at the time.
Our first ever Red Brunswick onion seedling transplanted into the 5th bed of our 2nd plot. Just Because …
One onion row transplanted, seeds sown in the castle, 18th February 2019.
Casually as we like, we’re on a roll, transplanting our red onion seedlings.
Whatever it is we do on any random day, there’s always more to sow.
Almost, but not quite. Soon be sorted transplanting our red onions.
Job Done, 120 Red Brunswick seedlings transplanted in the 5th bed of our 2nd plot. Now, we both know you’d do things differently.
If truth be known, in me head. Sorta expecting to lose ish 25 or so over time. Patience and time is the key. We ain’t in a competition or a race.
No Stress and no worries at all, if it all goes pete tong. We’ve already got more than enough new seeds sown in the castle.
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Damp, dull and windy day in Salford, transplanting red onions on the plot.