May is a pretty mad month in the greenhouse as the seedling shuffle continues apace. Last month’s sown seeds are shooting like crazy. More new seedlings need to be pricked out and potted up daily. And larger plantlets are outgrowing their starter pots and being potted on at a rate of knots. I’m loving every minute of it.
In lieu of time to describe everything in detail, here’s a quick photo gallery to convey the general impression:
What’s giving you particular joy in the greenhouse at the moment? Let me know via the comments…
3 replies on “Pot Up, Pot On, Repeat…”
To be honest I much prefer your photo gallery to having to read a whole load of text especially at this time of year when things are busy for everyone. You have plenty going on there and give a good impression of what is happening through your photographs.
Cheers Sue, I’ll bear that in mind for future posts 🙂
For every opinion there’s a different one… I appreciate the pictures, but it’s the description that makes the difference between a soulless page and one where one can understand the hard work behind growing a plant.
P.S. – “Tromboncino” means “little trumpet”. Oddly enough – with this being an Italian word – Italians call this vegetable “trombetta”, another word with the same trumpety meaning.