The clocks went forward last weekend (which gives us more daylight in the evenings), so with that and the better weather, it does feel like Spring is well and truly upon us.
I wish someone would tell the tomato seeds I sowed a couple of weeks ago - not a hint of them coming up, so I'll have to have another go with different seed. They were pretty elderly, so it's not a complete surprise. The brassicas all up and running, and lettuce and sweet peas too.
I went to the Hill today with the intention of at least getting the spuds planted. I got sidetracked, however, and made a thorough and comprehensive job of weeding the front bed, ready for carrots on parsnips.
Then I took the bean frame down and moved it to it's new position (that is, chucked the two end supports onto the bed that they need to be fixed to).
I dug up some leeks - we could be charitable and call them trendy 'baby leeks' to make them feel better about themselves. Then I dug a couple of the picasso potatoes - they haven't fared quite as well as the carolus, and have some slug damage, but not too bad.
Finally, I pulled the first few stalks of rhubarb, and came home. Never did get those potatoes planted....