Flouting the “rules” 2

What happened to the seeds I sowed on 21st February rather earlier than the packets indicated?

  • Walking stick kale germinated on 22nd March
  • Wild beet germinated on 21st March
  • Chinese kale on 21st March
  • Perpetual spinach on 22nd March
  • Sorrel on 21st March
  • Wild rocket on 22nd March

This may be slower than if I had sown them later, but all these babies, and many more besides, are currently doing well!

About Anni Kelsey

Author of Edible Perennial Gardening and avid researcher into edible perennials and associated useful plants.
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One Response to Flouting the “rules” 2

  1. Andy P says:

    Having gone through your blog from the beginning to April I feel like I have hit some sort of jackpot 🙂 You have so far mentioned around 30 different plants that you are or have grown!

    As it’s raining today I am guessing that I may well get through most of your blog today.

    I’m busily writing down plant names for later research and plan to go through a seed catalog in the next few days. I have already started to plant some seeds in the greenhouse in October and a few have already come up.

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