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with a thin layer of soil. Sow from March to August for regular pickings.Water well to help germination – lots of moisture is needed by this fast-growing crop, which should appear in 2-3 days.Thin out emerging seedlings to leave plants about 2-4cm apart
about — the stuff of legend, warm sunshine on my cheeks.There was still a slight chill in the wind though, and when I examined the pond there was a thin rind, perhaps half a millimetre thick, of ice. By 11, though, not only had this vanished
Fill pots with seed compost, tap to settle, and lightly press the surface with the base of a pot. Space your seeds evenly over the compost.Cover seeds thinly with fine, sieved compost, or use a layer of vermiculite, a sterile material perfect for covering
she hadn't dashed off into the depths. Today, though, when I nip out into the cold wilderness of my garden to have a little look around, I find there is a thin layer of ice on the pond.The rational part of me suspects that even though our pond is very
. Cover with a propagator lid or plastic film.Keep the tray on a sunny windowsill or in a heated propagator until germination. Thin seedlings to leave one or two per module.
to convince us it's a sweet tasting and thin-skinned red tomato we'll love, that they are offering our money back if we don't agree.I know many people who are wax lyrical about strawberry 'Mara des Bois', claiming it has the flavour of a wild strawberry
for this simple fact, and I was very quick to put them straight on it. [Technically, bumblebees do make an extremely small store (a few millilitres) of thin nectar regurgitation, but this is nothing like the huge stocks of thick, sterile, sweet gloop stored