I am delighted that the peony, which looked a bit shocked after I moved it last year, has started to regrow. I hope it will be happier in the pot than in the shady bed it was in before.
The lovage has also come back, which is always a relief. I would be distraught if I lost that plant; it’s probably the herb I use most of. I saved some seeds last year, which I have just sown. Fingers crossed, I will have some backup plants. The grape hyacinths shouldn’t really be there, but they are pretty!
I was just about to plant some seeds in the electric propagator for next year’s chilli plants, and it was suggested that it would be better to divide the tray up.
So after a bit of measurement and design later, I set the 3D printer going. It took a while, but used surprisingly little plastic:
Hopefully, this will help stop the roots getting entangled.
Now just need to print two more for the other trays!
The chilli seedlings for this year are progressing well in the electric propagator:
Left to right are Jalapeno, Aji Lemon and Masquerade plants.
They normally have a cover over, which helps keep them warm:
We saved some seeds from our chilli plants last year, bought an electric propagator, put the seeds and a bit of water in, and two weeks later:
On a sunny day, the temperature in the propagator reached 34°C.
The right hand tray is empty ready for a later batch of seeds. But at this rate, we’ll have more plants than we know what to do with…