Attachment 22928here are the first photos of my plot on a Saturday frosty morning. You may be able to see my £10 wheel barrow. Attachment 22929
This is the forst of my raised beds that measure 10ft x 4ft. Attachment 22930
Hi every one,
I have just got back after a month in Almunecar Spain while there we ate a fruit called a custard apple which was very nice.
I of course collected the seed and brought them home.
I turned on my pc and endded up joining this site so here goes hope to here from other members. bye for now Graham.
I'm Shelly and I have only joined the forum today so am looking forward to swopping info with you all. I have a large garden and also an allotment so I am interested in all aspects of gardening. Hope to hear from you soon
Cold with fog now after a nice period of sunshine mimicking ealy Spring. In fact looking forward I will probably heat the GH for a few days over weekend and restore some of the bubblewrap near the roof vent.
A bit of trauma with a slug or three on main bench of GH taking out a few seedlings. Did some routing around and squished them. Must be more careful moving pots from outside without checking. On pruning a sage bush I found a huge green catapillar too. Surely not over Wintering there.
Got to the nursery this morning to dwell over their potato bins. Finally came away with first earlies, second earlies and maincrop - enough to fill one bed this year. Last year I think I spaced them too close together and with the wet weather most of them succumbed to blight. This time things will be different, plenty of space and regular attention should make a lot of difference. To chit or not to chit - that is the question. Round these parts it usually means keeping them on the window cill
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