Wednesday, 10 March 2010

over at My Tiny Plot

Photo Mission: Let’s Get Sowing! has just been added to My Tiny Plot today. So what are you waiting for, get sowing and send Gill your photos. The prize is .........


Our prize this time comes from the super-cool, urban gardeners over at Seed Pantry. It’s a mega-stylish Window Salads seed kit worth £14.99 each, with eight packs of seed including: Rocket, Radishes, Chillies, Lettuce (Lolla Rossa & Salad Bowl), Basil, Parsley and Spring Onions.

I was sorting my seeds out tonight for my gardening club meeting on Thursday, we are seed swapping in the local pub of course! My chilli ssedlings are doing well and sweet basil only took 3 days to appear, it’s such an exiting time. I'll run out of space in the dining room soon!

4 comments:

Ma Larkin said...

Hello Amanda
I think I may have a go at this one as the prize is so good . Have never considered entering before cos my photos are very mediocre and everyone elses look brill.
Love your mini bell propagators.
Thank you for looking in on my blog. It's such a thrill to know people are taking a peek.
Claire

eight by six said...

Hi Claire
Thanks for dropping in to read my blog. Glad I found your blog today via My Tiny Plot. I entered last time and my picture was quite ordinary compared to the others. Oh well just have to give it another go.

Jo said...

I've just discovered your blog and have read back through your previous posts, I've really enjoyed it. I've got lots of seedlings on various windowsills in the house, it's still too cold to get anything planted out. I took on an allotment last year, so this will be my second year, though I used to grow everything in containers in the garden before I had the allotment. I look forward to following your progress this year.

eight by six said...

Thanks for popping by Jo. I look forward to reading your blog this year. It's a busy time for us all. We are waiting for our land transfer in May, then we can really start planning our allotments for Iwade. I can't wait to get a plot to grow lots more veg.