In the middle of September I’m showing you what we’ve been transplanting today. How we do it with a no dig approach, it’s quick and simple, At midday this bed was carrots, now harvested and then we spread 2.5cm / an inch of compost, before popping plants into prefabbed holes. This is spring cabbage, we also planted cauliflower for spring, and then I show you spring onions. All of these will give harvest next March, April, and May. We have some frosts here in winter, down to -6C 21F in recent winters, maybe lower this winter. We finish in the greenhouse where we’ve been sowing recently, in my CD60 module trays mostly.. The small seedlings are for transplanting in the greenhouse and polytunnel by mid-October.
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