hi sue, cheers for that!
did exactly what you said, re the tomatoes! was extra special careful, and set them up in two grobag greenhouse things i bought from the garden centre. did that on saturday afternoon when the sun was beating down and everything was alright in the world.
this morning, got up to see that they had copped a gust of wind, broke up and smashed into a wall, so some repair work and stabilising is one of my first gardening jobs!
just ripped off a 14 by 8 foot section of lawn, which i have stored upside for "loam" next year. i dont know what loam is, or what its for yet, but i will have plenty!
soil is riddled with creepy crawlies, millions of worms- seems to be a bit on the clay side.... tips as to what would be good to do to it before i plant my walking stick kale, beetroots, carrots, pumpkins, runner beans and sunflowers would be helpful....
was thinking of two bags of manure, two compost, some insect killer and fish blood and bone meal, as titchmarsh reckons you need organic matter and fertiliser as well....
am i really really wrong?!