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Well we made it to March. There has been more wind and rain but the sun has a little warmth in it when it does come out.

With the weeds putting on growth, I’ve suddenly got a slight panic that I won’t be ready in time.  I have started to give the veg beds at the pub a good thick layer of muck but it’s slow progress and I have a way to go.

20200303_152249There is quite a lot of muck still to be moved but I’m weeding as I go so it takes time.

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This is the other side, there are three beds with perennial crops, herbs, artichokes and soft fruit, and strawberries so less soil.

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These are my rows of cut flowers, sown in the autumn and all but 2 varieties doing well.

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The wild garlic is coming up!

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I love the zingy colours of rhubarb. We had the first crumble of the year tonight.

In the greenhouse, the peas that I sowed a couple of weeks ago have started to come up and I have sown a few more seeds. It is much too wet to sow anything  outside at the moment.

 

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In other news, I found my Okatsune secateurs 2 weeks after losing them and my Felcos have returned beautifully refurbished, although I am disappointed my name is no lo get stamped on the metal.