Since the last frost day has been and gone – and it has decided to be summer again – it seemed fitting to start planting out the tomatoes.
The first one has been squeezed between the rocket and garlic bulbils, now themselves being crowded out by self-sown phacelia. The phacelia will have to go as it’s almost pinning the bulbils to the grown. But these will be coming out the ground soon, too.
I’ve got a place for a second tomato plant but the third area I was intending to use for tomatoes has yet-to-mature onions in it. Perhaps these will simply have to be sacrificed as large spring onions. That sounds good, anyway.