A sunny day.
I've printed more regular 7cm pots, and a grid/frame to put over a gravel tray which hold the pots in place. I've also made smaller pots (the same sizes a those in "modules". With the corresponding grid/frame, they work like modules, except you can take out individual pots.
From PremierSeedsDirect I bought :
- Wallflower English Ivory White
- Antirrhinum Dwarf Tom Thumb
- Chrysanthemum Carinatum Painted Daisy
- Godetia Dwarf Clarkia Amoena
- Phlox Scarlet Beauty
- Herb Chamomile Anthemis Nobilis
- Purple Spring Onion Lilia
- Lupin Pixie Delight Mixed
- Tomato Flame
- Cucumber Spacemaster
- Welsh Onion Red
- VEGETABLE PEA PURPLE BLAUWSCHOKKER
- Herb Rocket Cultivated Salad
- Vegetable Tomato -Gigantomo
- NEMESIA STRUMOSA RED WHITE
- COURGETTE Midas F1
- Radish - Cherry Belle
- Spinach - RED Malabar
- Dahlia - Bishops Children
Notes from Last Year
Note that Zinnia cannot be transplanted! But putting the entire half-tray into a pot worked well. Maybe do the same again, but use a full-tray but shortened???
The Fennel didn't come to much! No bulbs at all?
Zephyr summer Squash were excellent. Better than Crookneck.
I will have lots more space in 2022, assuming I finish tidying up the garden.
Blueberries didn't take. Make a proper enclosure? Transparent PETG top, who's very top comes off to allow for regular spraying. Whole thing transparent, so you might see roots?
Nalin really liked the De Cayenne Chilli Peppers.