Finally cleared the garage of old-kitchen rubbish, with a mere five "car stuffed to the roof" trips.
Finally got the AGM of our Churchill Fellows Association out of the way (William Hague as guest speaker and a really good event. V pleased).
At last I can get on with catching up with greatly neglected seed sowing.
So this day I are mostly been sowing:
Lettuce - Salad Bowl & Red Salad Bowl
Mangetout peas (Oregon Sugar Snap)
Runner beans (Polestar stringless)
Climbing French beans (Veronica Lake)
Courgette (last years remnants)
Cucumber (Burpless Tasty Green) - don't you believe it; well they're green anyway.
And potted on a mere 30 tomato plants - 15 Tamina and 15 Moneymaker. I've got some Gardeners Delight (isn't that called beer?) and San Marzano Plum coming along too but they're a bit scraggy because they got a touch of frost nip.
And finally, planted a Lavatera at the plot and one at the house so we can have synchronised flowering. Aah!
To follow, in due course:
Yer Brassicas, which are miles behind
Yer leafy vegetables (spinach and beetroot; yes, beetroot, I know but it is quite leafy!)
Next weekend with a bit of luck.