I have done a post on my vegetables for a while. I seem to have had such little time for vegetable growing with me working full time on the island and the wet weather tyesterday doesn't help either.
I did how ever manage to plant my Japanese onions sets outside in the old plastic baths filled with soil and my homemade compost. They are a very hardy onion and don't mind the Irish climate.
The Roman's apparently never set foot here but they named Eire "Hibernia , meaning " land of eternal winters". They must have been on a stag do to Dublin when they gave Ireland that name?
Here's some seed sown Spring cabbages growing in polystyrene welder packaging. They are loving the polytunnel microclimate.
I wish I was only working three days a week and I could spend more time in the veg plot and polytunnel and go walking a few times a week.
I only water twice a week now in the polytunnel. It's full of plants and they have managed quite well with out me.