Here in Northamptonshire it has been so cold and wet more rain yesterday and more today the ground is just to wet they wood just rot. we are only just planting some earlies in ourer polytunnels most years we plant in early March even to wet in places inside. Not thinking about putting them outside yet lost more than half my tattles last year due the wet .
Just because we have seen the sun this weeki wood wait a bit longer or you might end up like the farmer
Im chitting mine at the min, i grow mine in 3 Potato Buckets and usually do well with good yields. apart from last year Blight! so fingers crossed
First and Second Earlies are planted, in containers.
Main Crop will have to wait, the soil is too wet to work with.
Planted all mine last weekend, 1st earlies 2nd earlies and mains. The weather was dry and sunny and the soil in my raised beds had warmed up a little. Fingers crossed
put my earlies in two weeks ago and mains in 2 days ago. they are in raised beds though so soil may be a bit warmer and more free draining. if you do put them in just watch out for they shoots, if you see them cover over with soil to help protect from any early frost. we are in the north west and still getting a bit of frost.
Also put my mains in 2 days ago. My bed is very free draining and its warmed up quite a bit here in South Yorkshire so heres hoping
covered the soil for two weeks previous, and put them in a fortnight ago,its pretty mild in the south though, first time growing so fingers crossed, time will tell ...
mine are going in this evening, fingers and toes x'd!!!