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Well it's week 2 of 2008 and what a wet week its been, brings back memories of last summer.
The plots pretty empty right now, just a few sprouts and some purple sprouting left, on the plus side did manage to get a victoria plum planted and started work on another raised bed ready for spring.
Can't wait to start planting properly, doubling the numbers of runners this year, galaxies and scarlet emporers on the plan at the moment, and of course some french cobras, tried
Updated 21-01-2008 at 09:39 AM by Herbgardener
Is there anyone in the dony area who knows of a spare plot going. Ive had my name down on the council list for ages and im itchin to get diggin. Please help if you can.
Finally four weeks later I'm back online. House is great, garden too but half of grenhouse roof exploded in winds yesterday. So that's my priority. Move was a long story, aren't they all? Guinea pig babies are in petshops in Aberdeen but we think she's pregnant from before the seperation, when we were in ignorant bliss. poor wee thing but she's pampered and he's happy in another hutch. Bulbs coming up, not sure what but pleased.
I've just joined this site. I've never grown anything so I'm a newbie . I look forward to talking to all of you more advanced growers and getting much needed tips and advice .
Due to my problems of last year i have spent a great deal of time over the winter coming up with a plan that as Baldrick would say is a sunning as a fox thats been to cunning college and done a degree in cunning
As this blog is as much for me to remember what im doing as it is for you all to enjoy bits may be a bit listy like this bit
What do i want to grow this year
Eggs - Yep im getting six chicken this year
Potatoes - as many as i can fit
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