Gardening is sowing 10 red broad beans, have them all rot, then sow ten again and have two germinate. Still, I planted them out in the garden. They should be good for one of those miniature meals of two beans each. Is that a thing already?
It was almost springlike day on the allotment. My field with different kinds of leek is coming along quite nice.
Lovage is joining the party again as well.
As is my edible daylillie.
My neigbour has a new weed killer. Quite a cute one..
Then there's the potted plants you sowed, forgot to label, put somewhere in a corner, forgot about and then discover again. Does anyone have any idea what this might be? My guess it's a perennial non-edible.
Sowed some green peas that I really like.
And protected them from the doves who are eyeing my garden already.
My 'scurvey-grass' is flowering. I leave some for the winter to harvest seeds from. Really like this stuff mixed in my salads.
The day was still not finished, so I went to the garage to sow some more. Leaving on my muddy boots, 'cause I'm bad-ass.
(Yes, I know, the bar is quite low.)
I sowed two types of dill, an aster and a few tests with old seed, basil leaf and papalo.
I might sow the tomatillo as well in a bit, but I need to find out how to make room for them in the heated propagators...
All while I sat on my new chair.
A Craigslist find of 5 euro. (It's not allowed in the house says Mr. Ratat.)
I think that about sums up my Sunday.