Nearly all of our pea plants have the distinctive pattern of weevil damage around the perimeter of their leaves. This seems to slow down the development of the plants, as they are being attacked while they are quite small. Meanwhile, the sweet peas are growing very fast. It’s difficult to believe the small scattering of shallots can be bothered at all, as they seem to aspire to nothing but tiny green shoots on a martian landscape.
Archive for 22 May ’14
- Weevil damage to pea seedlings
- Bee hotel
- Sweet peas shooting up
- Miniature shallots