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A blog about helping schools and community projects grow food and get into gardening.
Monday, 14 January 2013
New year new seeds
The longest day is behind us and the evenings are just starting to get a little bit lighter (honest) and there's nothing like the smell of new (peat free) compost and the rustle of fresh seed packets on a January day.
Children at St Chrysostoms are getting in the swing with contrasting planting. Cress that will be ready in a week and sweet peas that might not flower until June.
Pretty soon though we can start to get a few more things going as February has lots more potential for things like tomatoes, chillies and potato chitting.