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  • A hand full of blueberry's , cucumber . toms ,courgettes and chives.

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    • Blackcurrants, radicchio, carrots, courgettes, hot wax peppers, spring onions, elephant garlic, sweet peas.

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      • Just been out in the garden and picked my first peas and beans.

        And when your back stops aching,
        And your hands begin to harden.
        You will find yourself a partner,
        In the glory of the garden.

        Rudyard Kipling.sigpic

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        • Two more cucumbers.
          The first giant mangetout.

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          • Over 2kg of gooseberries and another bowl of balackcurranrs
            "Nicos, Queen of Gooooogle" and... GYO's own Miss Marple

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            • Raspberries this morning for my oatmeal.

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              • A few more Blueberries,
                the slow start of the Raspberries
                First Courgette

                We were visted by sister and BIL yesterday, they have been keeping very secure and we met at the allotment. I was itching to properly dig a hulm of the Pentland Javlin second earlies (no first earlies planted.
                They came out really nice, decent size, colour and complexion. They cocked courgette and spuds for thier dinner and pronounced them very tasty.
                What did astonish me was despite continued watering and rains last week, the ground was far drier that I would have liked.
                We've just had a shower of rain and another due in about 40 Mins if the satalight images are anything to go by. If that doesn't materialise we will be up there as soon as I knock off at 5.00 watering cans in hand.

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                • Picked, cooked and thoroughly enjoyed my first harvest of dwarf bean Concador which has pretty yellow pods. Also picked a few raspberries and strawberries.
                  Always aim for the best result possible not the best possible result

                  Forever indebted to Potstubsdustbins

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                  • Potatoes, carrots and french beans, just need to find out how to grow faggots and gravy and I've cracked it...................................
                    If I'm not on here, I'm probably fishing.

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                    • Originally posted by burnie View Post
                      Potatoes, carrots and french beans, just need to find out how to grow faggots and gravy and I've cracked it...................................
                      Oh yes, faggots mmmmmm
                      Always aim for the best result possible not the best possible result

                      Forever indebted to Potstubsdustbins

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                      • Big tub of gooseberries
                        French beans
                        Potatoes (Kestrel)

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                        • A goodly bunch of chives for tonight's leek&potato soup. Plus 1.5kg of cherries from the branch of next-door's tree that's haging over the hedge (They don't mind).

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                          • Carrots, courgettes, spring onions, DFB's, ellie garlic and sweet peas.

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                            • Yesterday lettuce, malabar spinach, wild rocket, land cress, komatsuna, radish and courgette. Also whitecurrants picked and eaten straight away and mint for tea. Today chard, komatsuna, spring onion and thyme.

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                              • French beans, early peas, tomatoes, garlic chives, spring onions, strawberries and raspberries.

                                And when your back stops aching,
                                And your hands begin to harden.
                                You will find yourself a partner,
                                In the glory of the garden.

                                Rudyard Kipling.sigpic

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