It feels good to get those shelves up, and I'll feel less guilty about spending time on the allotment instead of the house, hehe. Talking of the allotment, I've hand-hoed between the garlics and have been clearing a bed for onion sets (sturon) which I'll hopefully plant out this week, scattering with chicken-poo pellets. It's where I had my late potatoes (so was manured last year) and then had some of the corn salad growing (plus couch grass had crept in from the edges a bit). I've got some Red Baron onions too that I'll put in another bed.
I'm heading out to Eves Hill Veg Co again on weds, when we're going to try and put the cover on the big polytunnel...should be interesting. I went last week but didn't take any pics....mainly sowing seeds in big modular trays which was fun as I hadn't sown on that scale before.
In wildlife news I saw my first Brimstone Butterfly of the year today, out in the countryside at the garden I was working in, very nice, and it was a lovely sunny day. With queen bumble bees buzzing around and birds carrying twigs in their beaks, spring is definitely on the way.
Ok, thanks for reading this week, I'm linking in with Harvest Monday kindly hosted by Dave at Our Happy Acres.