sowing & planting

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sowing & planting
« on: February 19, 2007, 10:43 »
hi all as a young novice at this am i right by writing what to do now
sowing--- spring cabbage & onion from seed greenhouse or cold frame etc
planting--- onion sets garlic early peas such as meteor & feltham
plant but under cover--- spinach raddish
anything else i can start now
cheers
steve
please let me have the good life
cant cope with this one

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« Reply #1 on: February 19, 2007, 11:03 »
I planted shallots and some of my onion sets at the weekend.

Am planning in next few days to get seeds of tomatoes, peppers, aubergines, melons and brussels sprouts sown into Rootrainers indoors.  Sprouts will go into unheated greenhouse as soon as they show signs of germinating, the other stuff will stay inside on my windowsills in the warm.  

Also next weekend I'm going to sow parsnips and broad beans directly on the plot.  A look back at my records tells me I do best with parsnips when I sow them end of feb/early March.  May also try sowing some carrots if I get time, under a cloche of clear polythene.
Gardening organically on chalky, stony soil.



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