Transplanting Cabbages, creating our very own cabbage patch on the plot.
Started planting out both Savoy and Pak Choi cabbages a few weeks ago.
Thought we’d plant Out, Wong Bok and January King cabbages for the first time ever #growingwiththeflow on the 3rd bed of our 1st plot.
In me head, our Wong Bok and January King Cabbages, grown in recycled trays in the backyard, are well ready to be moved to the allotment.
Casually as we always like. Eventually we ended up at the plot ready to transplant more than a few cabbages into the 3rd bed of our 1st plot.
First things first, water and re-shape the bed works for us for the now.
In me head, we’re now good to grow with more cabbages on the 3rd bed.
One last sprinkle of the bed, just before planting, sorta seemed like a plan.
We both know how we grow by now. Dig a hole and plant a seed.
Our first ever Wong Bok cabbage planted on the 3rd bed of our 1st plot.
Job done. Move On. Our Wong Bok cabbages transplanted on our 3rd bed.
Same as it ever was, dig a hole and plant a seed (January King cabbage).
In me head we’re on a roll, planting January King cabbage in our 3rd bed.
Cabbages sorted. Time to use some recycled tubing to suit our needs.
Rough as we like, covering our cabbages with the netting.
Sorted, that’s 4 varieties of cabbages on the 3rd bed covered for the now.
In time, we’ll tweak the height of the netting on our cabbages.
Memo To Self : Random Memory Bump Links
- Fork It and Move On (January 2019)
- Chillin On The Plot With The Boys (August 2018)
- Guerrilla Podcasts Home Grown Cabbage Patch Central (June 2013)
Seems like our fruit section is doin’ alright in me head for it’s first year.