Planting is still on hold despite the good weather, expect for the rhubarb which we palanted last week.
Years of experience have proven that being the “first in the field” does not mean healthy vibrant plants with good yields. It means that the seeds/plants have to deal with frequent chnages in the waether that can hamper germination or stall the growth of the plants from time to time.
What’s next ? Planting peas and onion sets next week (early May), because they like the cool weather to germinate.
Dale & Linda