Well a good start to the day we, with the help of more plot holders and especially Dave & his chainsaw, we got more of the Laylandii tree down, not much to go now.
I have a plan for the stump, so watch this space.
Bought some Garlic today, 2 bulbs of 'Pink' and I got 20 cloves out of it, so started them off in cells with MP compost.
Also got 2 bulbs of 'Vigour' Garlic, also got 20 cloves and started off the same as above.
The 4 Garlic bulbs only cost me £1.60, so if we get 10 cloves from each when they mature, that's 400, not a bad investment.
Although you can't see them yet I also planted some Broad Beans in root trainers with MP compost and then well watered, I will report on these as they grow.
Also got my early potatoes started for 'chitting' I have Lady Christl & Charlotte this year.
Lots of folk aren't sure about 'chitting' I always put them in a cool but light place so short shoots develop, an un-heated greenhouse is ideal. I will post more pics as they sprout.
So the view from the gate is different now with that tree gone, I'm glad really as it was getting a bit big.
Thanks for reading/returning. Ian