Saturday, 26 March 2011




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We’ve potted about 50 plants, with the Marmande and St Pierre still to do when they’re ready.

And small two lemon trees we’ve grown from seed we found sprouting inside a lemon a year or so ago were ready to go into bigger pots.

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The pepper seedlings aren’t quite ready to go into pots yet:


And paella for lunch…

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michelle said...

You have the best lunches! And your seedlings are looking great as well.

jan said...

I think I've already commented on the tomato seedlings, and the lemon plants look as though they're doing well too!

Stefaneener said...

That many peppers makes my mouth water for future pepper meals!

. . . Lisa and Robb . . . said...

It will be very interesting to see what kind of lemon tree the seedlings grow into.

GaiasHope said...

watch carefully the leaves of your lemon trees, maybe it's not lemon trees. I can't see very well from the photo but if they have hmmmmm double leaves (I don't know how to describe it check this ) they are sour orange (citrus aurantium). I have 2 of them from a lemon and a tangerine tree which froze a year. After that they grow as sour orange and I try to make them lemon trees again with grafting