Thursday, March 15, 2012

Well, they're in

The vines that is.

No prizes for planting them in a straight line but, hey ho, I can train them later.

And apparently the green wax covering is normal; the vine will shrug it off as it grows. We'll see.


Martin and Amy said...

Glad you are now meeting your aspirations to be a vineyard!

It's good to know that the wax is normal. I've never heard of it or seen it like that. Very interesting.

Martin :0)

Woody Wilbury said...

Nope, me neither and there was no mention of it from Marshalls. Mind you, they didn't mention anything else either so at least they've been consistent!!

Sue@G.L. Allotments said...

Or maybe the terrifically hot spring and summer will melt the wax! :)

Woody Wilbury said...

Hadn't thought of that! Fingers crossed, as always, for a hot summer!

Nutty Gnome said...

I'll put myself forward to be a taster for the first wine tasting then Woody!
I'm also feeling knackered and lazy after catching up on what you've been up to down yon 'lottie whilst I've been up to ....bugger all really!

Woody Wilbury said...

The list is long before there'll be wine to taste! Like:

* See if the b#gg#rs grow first
* Train them
* Let them grow again NEXT YEAR
* Pick 'em
* Learn how to make wine (bit fundamental, that!!)

And then you're on the list to be a taster!!