Sitting while I sow

The Butler duo is talking about growing Carrot, Lettuce, Parsnip, Peas, Pumpkin, Tomato, Zucchini, Something else from Canterbury

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Garden in progress

Over the weekend Hubby got the stunning Macro toppers on our 2 raised beds , we now have 2 complete , and the are full , I planted Beans , Peas , Lettuce , Carrots , Parsnip , To the Blue peas and Radish that I put in a couple of weeks back , I got a tad impatient and put the new teepee over to pf some carrot seeds I think were a tad old , But hey if any want to join the party late that is totally fine by me .

I got some peas from our sharing shed , lovely wee pink beans slightly speckled , I assumed that due to their small size they would be dwarf beans , but when I popped in the snake climbing beans they are about the same size , eeekk so that assumption was clearly not to accurate but I will keep an eye out and add some support if needed .

My Hap hazard saved Tom seeds are cranking , but no second sets of leaves just yet so a wee wait before I transplant them .

The Pumpkins and courgettes are on track , I am growing loads this year and for every one after as extra food for our stock .

I have planted out 2 wee Cape Gooseberries to a better spot as they had popped up next to our Sweet peas and they both need to much room to share .

And 3 Luffa , which I had forgotten to label if they are the Luffa or the other so I have my fingers crossed for the Luffa but we shall see .

And knowing that I have way to much seed and the strike rate for germination is getting a bit below par , I am planting everything that have been saved before this march .  Lucky I have the space , And as they say if your fortunate to have more than you need , extend your table not your fences .