Today, I feel I have achieved quite a lot in terms of potting on. I am still enthralled by the fact that I can do this, now that I have the shed and a cold frame. So, butternut squash as well as tomatoes have gone into bigger pots and I’ve got melons which will likewise need more space soon.
To relieve space in the shed, the final peas have gone into the garden. The net blew down and was getting tangled in the garlic but it has been resurrected in the hope that the peas will steady it before too long.
Perhaps it is just as well the shed is a little on the cool side, though, as there wouldn’t be enough room if everything needed potting on at the same time. I’m also less pushed for space than might otherwise have been the case because, for example, round one of the sesame seeds came to nothing. Hence, more of those have been sown today and hopefully this time they will thrive.