Gardening Magazine

Gearing up in the Greenhouse

By Danielcarruthers

Until recently the overwintering seedlings and early sown seeds have shown very little above soil activity, but as the days lengthen and (sometimes) the temperatures rise, there are definite signs of growth. It’s time to clean the grimy windows and get sowing in earnest. Now that I have some modest heat in the greenhouse everything is a lot less vulnerable to fluctuating temperatures.

January sown sweet peas

January sown sweet peas

autumn sown poppies

Autumn sown poppies


Autumn sown corncockle

february sown spinach

February sown dill

January sown sweet peas

February sown spinach

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