At last! I have managed to obtain covert footage of the Greenfingers Challenge seedlings from our very first tour dates in Devon and Somerset. In order to do this, I had to disguise myself as a milkman and inveigle my way into Dan’s home. Not really. I just went round for a rehearsal. Anyway, this first photo shows the plants planted at our show in North Devon. As you can see, some of the seedlings have bolted due to a lack of care by Dan. I think they are brassicas, possibly SPROUTS! Others – chillies and onions (I think) – are doing okay.
In the second photo we see that tomatoes planted in Somerset are doing very well and need re-potting before they strangle each other, Dan. There is something next to them but, in the best traditions of scientific research, I can’t work out what it is.
We’re very much looking foward to our next show at The Cornerstone Arts Centre in Didcot, Oxfordshire on May 5, when the Greenfingers Challenge, which is fast becoming the horticultural talent search of the millennium that every gardener in the UK wants to win, will continue.