My tomato seedlings are officially leggy. Helen optimistically described them as ‘bendy’ , but let’s be honest here, they are leggy. There’s no two ways about it. I suspect I planted them too early, and also then left them in a very warm spot for a long time, hence they have gone and shot up without developing more than two leaves.
My little friend Boo’s tomato plants were planted more or less at the same and are positively leaps and bounds beyond these, with loads of leaves and practically bearing fruit. Mine have some serious catching up to do!
But all is not lost. I am going to persevere with them and cross my fingers and introduce them to my little plastic greenhouse, and with any luck they will survive. The early potatoes have now gone out into the garden to fend for themselves in a grow bag, so these must go out too.
I also planted some little peas directly into the garden today, so hopefully they will also survive. I hope we don’t have any more frost!