While sorting out the greenhouse at home yesterday I realised I had quite a few brassica plants which were ready to plant out. My son had also arrived with a range of plants he had surplus to requirements, some of which I thought I could use. I therefore made one of my early morning visits to plant those I could use. The rain meant everything was well soaked and planting was easy. With rain forecast everything I planted had a good chance of settling in with minimal attention.
Some of my planning had to be changed. Fortunately I had managed to print out a copy of my plan from Sutton's Garden Planner that I am trying to use so I was able to scribble in the changes to add to the plan when I have time on the computer!
In the winter tunnel I planted a row of five Early Purple Broccoli and a row of five each of January King cabbage and La Traviata Savoy.
I also planted a row of five Marathon F1 Calabrese which will clear for a late planting in the autumn if need be.
In the Autumn tunnel I squeezed in a row of five cauliflower Clapton with four red cabbage Tinti.
Rather than waste them I put the rest of the plants on the table by the Trading Hut for anyone to take.