It's hard not to get excited and carried away at this time of year - I love it!
So far I've got two types to peas coming up (a mangetout and a soup pea for drying) and the broad beans were just breaking the soil today (I could have been so much earlier with the broad beans if I'd been organised!).
In the greenhouse I've also started two types of beetroot, kohlrabi, red cabbage, sage, globe artichoke (coming up today), red Russian kale (for baby leaf), celeriac, coriander (cilantro for you guys on the other side of the pond) and three different lettuce, I'm planing on sowing some carrots as well and protecting a bed with some plastic to get them earlier.
Who else has gone mad on sowing seeds already?
I'm planning on transplanting most early crops this year to give me a bit of a head start!
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