A big pot on the Aga usually means good things to eat.
But not today! Here's the problem.
I've been repotting my auricula plants, of which I've got many. I love these flowers but unfortunately so do the vine weevils. In spite of dosing the soil with Provado vine weevil killer the horrible white grubs arrive each year to feast on the roots and kill the plants. I've scrubbed the pots and replanted with fresh compost. But what to do with the large amount of grub-infested earth that I'm left with? I don't want to contaminate anything else. My answer is a few hours on top of the stove at sufficient heat to put paid to the problem.
It's not fit weather be outside.
I've opened my seed box to check what's inside.
Come on weather, buck up, there's lots of planting to be done.