It's that time of year when the weather plays tricks, and people who like to grow are itching to get cracking!
Over the last few months I've been teaching students how to work with soil, understand temperature, and how daylight affects our planting. It's all good fun but being able to plant out, especially if you don't have a polytunnel or greenhouse, can be challenging.
Over wintered onions, broad beans and garlic (which are easy to plant) should be in. If you've not planted these yet don't worry as they can be planted in the spring.
If you need any help on your plots, or school growing area, please get in touch and let's discuss how I can help you.