Vegetable Plot... I Can't Wait!

I cannot wait to get out to the plot.

At the moment, this is as close to it as I can get.

These are firsts for me: peas and tomatoes. I'll try the tomatoes under glass - we don't have the weather to grow them outside.

Calabrese seedlings


The little ones in the closest two rows are Thyme plants. The others are more coriander (cilantro).


I also have sweet peppers and chilli peppers, cauliflower and onions on the go.

The Builder and I went out to do some clearing up in the plot yesterday. It felt great to know that we're getting closer to being able to actually plant stuff out there. I can't wait!


  1. May you have great weather for those seedlings!

  2. This is wonderful!!! Something I should have done. This long springter is driving my crazy!!!
    Have a wonderful weekend:)

  3. We have been working on our plot just a bit. I can't wait either!!

  4. Everything is looking good! I do hope I get to plant some things this summer I had a huge garden last year but I built it in the wrong place so I had all sorts of problems with the sun and lack of and bugs and mice burrowed underneath....So we took it down but this year I have some different ideas maybe doing some things in pots? I would like to try. Wishing you a Bountiful Harvest ~Love Heather

  5. You are well ahead of my down here in the Central Belt. Will look forward to seeing the progress of these seedlings!
    Just want to stress that in my post about Scots I wasn't denigrating Gaelic, but that I'm very conscious of the need to keep Scots alive too and that emphasis seems to have fallen off the political agenda a bit.
    So interested in your homeschooling. I first came into contact with homeschoolers through the Suzuki method of music instruction that my children follwed. There are a lot of Canadian and US Suzuki families who also homeschool. By the time I found out about it, my children were very happily settled in school, so it wasn't appropriate to take them out, but I remain very influenced by its family-centric approach.

  6. Yeah! I am going out to plant onions, tomatoes, basil and a red pepper plant today. So excited and hoping that we actually get some fruit from them!

  7. I love looking at your seedlings. I was actually browsing your past gardening posts a few days ago. I have my seedlings going too, and am going to post on them in a few days. We didn't get any garden in last year, because of crazy happenings and too much coming and going, but this year we are planning a big one... not sure if it will be as big as yours but still, hopefully more to help out on the grocery bill with such difficult times. I planted tomato seedlings too.. which is a first for me. Have actually planted tomato plants before but not seeds. We're going out today to get plots ready too (if this wind will stop blowing... must be 70mph right now.)
    Many Blessings to you and your family, and your garden,
    Much love,

  8. Oh, Linda, I didn't take your comment about Scots as any insult to Gaelic....not at all! Thanks so much for visiting.

    I was able to get out and about a bit today. Ooooh, to feel Spring in the air - bliss!


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