So the new shed is up and painted, little flower bed in front of it has been planted with some Osteospermums and Pelagoniums. An old galavanised tank is now home to some rose bush's and more osteo's and Little C' has started to build his wildlife hotel out of an old pallet sawn in half, he has stuffed to with sticks, bricks, grass and bamboo canes(which should have been for my tom's).
We ate our first early spuds Pentland Javelin along with fresh peas and drumhead cabbage the other
After looking 4 a bit of info myself , I noticed that a few of u were struggling on tying up u r bean stick top,s . The easiest way i found was 2 hold 4 stick,s together at the same time ,then put all the butt ends against a wall while still holding sticks roughly 18 inche,s from the top end then tape them together .Once they are firm tie them off with a bit of string / or tying wire .Then lift up into position and use as a wigwam shape and push firmly into the soil about a foot or so . Hope this
I have a young dwarf apple tree and i prunned the top 4 inches off last late last summer and this year had no pest problems at all.
i got a polytunnel this year for the 1st time and have planted tomatoes french beans sweetcorn pumkins which is well established. ive always grew tomatoes but as for everything else im a beginner and in the need of help. can anyone advise me on wot to do i will put photos on tomorow
I went to the show last week and this is my video of the day. YouTube - Kanal von meandmyallotment2010
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