2021 What I sowed today
Veggie Offline
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Nine varieties of tomatoes
Cape gooseberries
Wonky Shopkeeper in Sunshiny South Wales
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Not sown anything yet but did unfreeze some compost in anticipation of sowing some red Robin toms and some chillies. Too early for proper tomatoes yet for me.
I'm not aging, I just need repotting
Greetings from Wiltshire
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Mamzie Offline
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whoop whoop - its the time of year decorations come down ready for my propagator to go up instead. Happy dance.

Major seed sort out tomorrow, early night today after collecting a New Year Eve foods share yesterday. 12 1/2 pallets of potatoes were part of the donation and would go to bin if we need share out - unbelievable
Gardeners Spring Recipe - 1 part soil, 2 parts water, 3 parts wishful thinking ...  
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Nothing sowed yet but I did sow some onion seed in December and I see some Green peeping up. I have a nice lot of cabbage plants ready for sowing just not sure where to plant them.
Coffee keeps me busy until it’s acceptable to drink whiskey.
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Mamzie Offline
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Quick question - i hope to grow our own pickling onion this year. Could I presow these in modules, as our spring is always a few weeks behind due to how high we are.
Gardeners Spring Recipe - 1 part soil, 2 parts water, 3 parts wishful thinking ...  
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(02-01-2021, 12:15 PM)Mamzie Wrote: Quick question - i hope to grow our own pickling onion this year. Could I presow these in modules, as our spring is always a few weeks behind due to how high we are.

Yeh I normally do that with my onions anyway. Just sprinkle a few seeds in each module. And then plant them all together when there ready to go out. It will probably be even better for pickling onions as you'll be harvesting them small. So you can more than likely get away with quite a few in each module
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Ok - sown over the last couple of days.
Mostly flowers as I've not grown huge amounts of veg the last few years.

Garden Pearl

Lobelia Tupa
Foxgloves
Species pelargoniums
Scented Pelargoniums
Larkspur
Orlaya
Sweetpeas
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Roitelet Offline
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Aubergines from self saved seed. Just to see what happens!
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JJB Offline
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As a chilli/aubergine/early Tom experiment I have sowed on the kitchen windowsill:

Red Robin tomatoes
Aubergine black beauty and long purple
Chillies Anaheim, apple crisp, farmers market jalapeno, jalapeno, cayenne this is from memory so might change
Sweet pepper etuida orange, long red marconi
I'm not aging, I just need repotting
Greetings from Wiltshire
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(02-01-2021, 05:24 PM)Urban-UK Wrote:
(02-01-2021, 12:15 PM)Mamzie Wrote: Quick question - i hope to grow our own pickling onion this year. Could I presow these in modules, as our spring is always a few weeks behind due to how high we are.

Yeh I normally do that with my onions anyway. Just sprinkle a few seeds in each module. And then plant them all together when there ready to go out. It will probably be even better for pickling onions as you'll be harvesting them small. So you can more than likely get away with quite a few in each module
Hello Urban / All

Do you multi-sow other crops?
Regards..........Danny Smile
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