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As my lottie is several miles away I need to ensure I am well prepared before setting out. Luckily my nan lives directly across the road from the allotment, so the essentials - like tea and biscuits - are within easy reach.
However, before I leave home I want to inspect my tools, which haven't had much use. I bought a new stainless steel hoe yesterday which is already in the car. I am weighing up the idea of getting a second set of tools to keep in my shed, but until I have talked to some
I've had the Ferline tomato and the 2 courgettes out for a while now.
All are still alive. The Ferline isn't anywhere near as big as the others that I move in and out of the GH.
The weather has been hot and cold, but no really cold nights and no frost, even so they have all been well covered at night.
The courgettes aren't as big as the ones still in pots, but one of them looks very healthy, the other looks like it may be growing into health.
Updated 07-05-2010 at 03:11 PM by womble
Parsnip germination patchy. What can I do to get
Managed to get round to sowing
Toms x 9 Varieties
Sweetcorn x 4 Varieties
Cucumber x 2 Varieties
Courgettes x 3 Varieties
Scallops x 2 Varieties
Still need to sow more pea's and start all the various beans "Yummy"
I am so excited, my grape vine is in it's third year now and I have been pruning it hard every winter. It has grown well but no grapes.... until today!!! lots of little clusters of flowers/grapes have appeared, my patience appears to be paying off!! can't wait to try them (they are desert grapes)!!! will try to post a pic soon.
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