harvest of PSB, flower sprout shoots and what’s left of a slugged January King cabbage
L-R: Chicory Variegato di Castelfranco, yellow and pink chard, beetroot (boltardy, golden and chioggia), newly pricked out Little Gem & Great Lakes lettuce. In plot beyond, onions under fleece, Bunyards Exhibition broad beans and Northern Lights leeks

About Ruth Paris

Leadership & executive coach, based near Farnham, Surrey, UK. Love my garden and organic allotment / potager.
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2 Responses to sprouting

  1. A delight to see the sprouting in your plot.
    You’re truly an earth poet.
    My one of my pleasures is that one of the tulips I planted decided to open today, hesitantly, testing the cold breeze. Oh, and two robins visit every day. Aware of my adulation, they nod to me.

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  2. Ruth Paris says:

    Thank you dear Ashen
    Tulips and robins nodding – the magic of spring. And the warmth will come…..


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