Plants! Growing from the ground!

 

Plants are beginning to grow out of the ground, all of a sudden! Not all of them “official” as the strawberry above demonstrates (I may, or may not hoik it out, it depends on whether it develops friends or not)(or if Steve takes an Executive Decision while I’m not looking). In the image below, we have definite peas, lettuce, spinach & chard, and a possible hint at carrots (although that might just be leaf debris…)

In the next image, right to left, are garlic, a space where the shallots will be, potatoes saved from the end of a pound of Tesco’s best, and camouflaged against the soil, some garden-centre-bought “early” potatoes that are significantly more sprouts than when they went in. The plan is to build up the earth around the potatoes at the weekend, when it’s not threatening to rain like the end of days and we have a bit more time to get grubby…

 

And, just for good measure, this toadstool growing through the path is about 2 inches tall, and looks SUPER tasty (JK, I still love life), and I took an arty shot of the peas…