Sunday, June 17, 2012

This post is brought to you by the letter F

F for FishEye, lens that is, 17mm and so wide you have to be careful you don't get your feet in the photos.

I have planted our baby broccoli, all 14 of them, raised from seed...

A photo from underneath the large tender shoot broccoli plants, worm eye view

The peas are doing very well, it's lovely to be able to pick a pea or two for a peck.

You'd hardly know there was a vegetable patch


Gardening sheds said...

Wow! Lovely photos indeed. Thanks a lot for the share.

A1 Chandigarh said...

I sowed some rainbow chard several weeks ago and it's still bizarrely tiny and NOT doing well. Might seek out some plug plants. Meanwhile, I started kale seedlings (Red Russian and Cavolo Nero) indoors, and they're looking *very* spindly and leggy - not quite sure why. I am considering putting these out this week, planting them deeply to prop up their spindly stems - but would I be better off seeking plug plants? Not sure these seedlings are going to perform well, even assuming they don't get munched by the Slug Apocalpyse straight away...Bangalore Flowers

Nigel Gnome said...

Thaks for the compliments guys, nice to hear from people! I'd say if you plant the seedlings nice and deep they should be happy eventually.