...Due to injury or the weather, it's best to find alternative things to do like, potting on, to keep one sane and to dampen the urge and need to get to the Allotment on a daily basis come rain, shine or foot operation!
Withdrawal symptoms are setting in fast, and although I am crocheting to save the planet (see http://www.macscrochet.blogspot.com/ ) and watching loads of good DVD's you can't beat a visit to the lotty.
As you can see, all three varieties, big beefsteak ones, Roma's & Cherry's are all doing well in their starter pots with John Innes No. 1 , but now that the have a few leaves, they need potting on!
So I was kindly chauffered to the Garden Centre to buy some larger seed cells and some potting compost.
So in the potting compost went, and the plants were individually and lovingly transplanted from the black cells to the green ones. However, after about 20 minutes, I did have to have a sit down and put my foot up, so it was done in 2 stages!
As you can see, this little one looks very happy in its new home
And they have all settled in well (I checked this morning and no casualties)