Tag Archives: gardening

First plot post 2012

Yeah, yeah, don’t nag – there have been genuine reasons for the silence.  But we’ve emerged the other side to find that there are still tasty vegetables to be had down the allotment. The much milder winter (so far at … Continue reading

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The plot (weed patch) thickens

Turn your back for a minute and there are weeds everywhere – its amazing we’ve cleared one patch completely twice (from a starting point of no weeds in march) and its back to looking like a lawn AGAIN.  I was … Continue reading

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Glut!

OK. Here’s a lesson learned. When, as an allotment newbie, someone tells you probably don’t need 3 marrow plants (1 will do) believe them. You should listen particularly carefully if there’s just the 2 of you planning to eat them. … Continue reading

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RHS @ Tatton

So much product. So little tasty veg.

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