i have just volunteered to help with a school gardening project and we are looking for a polytunnel does any one know of one or can some donate one as we have no funding. we a in the newbury area. please
It's taken me 3 week to cut this down and clean up afterwards. Must have made a few trips to the local tip.
The tree had divided into three trunks and was becoming a pain at about 30 feet high.
Now have to remove the stump, started today to remove the soil and cut the odd root.
It looks like I will be at this for the whole of next week.
Well it's not that much of a harvest, but I'm very happy to be picking food that I have grown myself.
Had a furtle in the Charlotte potatoes which I planted on 23rd March.
Found some really nice big ones down the side near the bottom, but just pulled out enough for tea!
Also picked some scallions, and some baby carrots (Early Nantes 5).
we have just come back from our lottie and found that something has been digging up our potatoes could they be rats ?? or could it be anything else can anyone help me
Not posted here for sometime,too busy in the garden!
Things are looking good, first bag of potatoes have been tipped out.Broad beans have swelled nicely and ready for picking, Pak Choi are huge, Peas are ready to pick, tomatoes are flowering! Looks like we're in for a feast very soon.
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