At last I got organised to sow some seeds. There's no electric to the greenhouse so the propagator has gone in the conservatory.
I'm growing 3 different varieties of tomatoes; a tiny grape size tomato 'Sun Grape', a packet that came as a trial 'Tomatoberry Grande' - "A vigorous variety producing good trusses of heart shaped fruit weighing up to 40g". Plus good old San Marzano - A red plum variety - high on flesh and low on seediness. I've also got some Shirley seeds - may do a few of those too later when I know how many of the others have grown.
Then Cucumber 'Euphya', Pepper 'Sweet California Wonder' and Aubergine 'Black Beauty'.
Just a few of each.......it still feels strange to be sowing a dozen tomato seeds rather than 5 dozen!
I'll be potting the seedlings on in the conservatory so that we can keep a frost buster heater on until the weather is good enough for them to go out into the greenhouse........must get the greenhouse glass washed in the next month - it's very green and mucky after a wet winter.