Seabrook On ... Specialist traders meet need for knowledge
1 April 2016,
by Peter Seabrook
There are many things I do not understand in the current world of gardening. Why, for example, do we have tender seedlings of peppers and tomatoes offered for sale under unheated polythene-roofed structures in March and yet no hardy vegetable seedlings? When the vegetable seedlings do arrive, why kale to crop in the winter and no autumn-sown cauliflowers that would crop in June?