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my first produce

iceice Posts: 327

Not much but first offer from the garden, can't wait for more.

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 Not the biggest but thinking for its neighbour. It also tasted amazing.

 

Is it too late to grow tomatoes from seed?

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  • DovefromaboveDovefromabove Central Norfolk UKPosts: 71,784

    Congratulations!!!  Enjoy!!!

    Due to family stuff I'm a bit late in sowing my toms - doing mine tomorrow!

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  • ginagibbsginagibbs Posts: 756

    Well done Ice, image

  • OldtykeOldtyke Posts: 155

    That's great. I've never had much success with radishes for some reason, or courgettes.

  • iceice Posts: 327

    onlyimageonlyimageonly been a bbed for about a month. In Jan it was covered in weed cloth and stones. There should be 30 or so more to come. Pleased with my efforts

  • Zoomer44Zoomer44 Posts: 3,212

    Brill, Ice.'

    No reason why you can't sow toms now, they may harvest a little later than seeds sown earlier though. I sowed toms on 10th April and although tiny, they have their second leaves. As a back up, small tom plants are reasonably priced. I bought four plants at 1.19 each and they are a ft plus tall nowimage.  

  • iceice Posts: 327
    Sorry no idea why repeated or bold, blinking technology. Tom plants are cheap (80p) ish ony local market so a possibility.



    Strawberries are flowering is that normal one seems to have suffered from slug/snail eating leaves guess I need to sort that soonish
  • LoganLogan Posts: 2,532
    If you sow late they will catch up.
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