• Sowing seeds is fussy work - I'll hold off until after next week's equinox

    10 days ago - By The Guardian

    The longer, warmer days mean seeds sown later will catch up with the struggling seedlings that were started off in January There comes a time in March when, for a few blissful days, it feels as though spring has arrived. Some people even dig out their shorts. And then the cold weather returns. We continue to live in hope, yes, but there's a false dawn of spring every year. In the gardening Instagram world it has already been going on for weeks, according to all the seed-sowing reels. If you have sown yours: fantastic, I'm happy for you. I have not, because I always do these things late...
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