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    Wednesday jobs
    Deadheading if ground fit to walk on - done some
    Collect leaves - done some
    Scrape up slime from near garage door before it gets wet again and grows more - done

    No gardening time tomorrow.

    In case anyone is wondering about the lack of harvesting, I am trying desperately to create space in the freezer by eating copious quantities of previously frozen soup, cauliflower, spinach, peas and fruit as well as dealing with large numbers of rapidly ripening tomatoes (picked green)!
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    Friday jobs
    Unlikely to get anything much done today as I am sitting in waiting for people.
    Plan weekend gardening
    Harvest carrots
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    The weekend has become a bit null and void for gardening. Some idiot has volunteered me to pull a horsebox along the A14 a ways and back with a pony inside Saturday. She's a dear old friend that through injury is unable to drive anymore, I know I'm soft, thats the daylight hours taken care of.
    Sunday I've an hours drive south to spend 4 hours in the studio rehearsing with a band, then back locally and meeting some friends for a charidee Jam session at a former RBL club, then home for tea.
    I'll be lucky to water the house plants this weekend.
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    Plans for tomorrow.
    Rake up all the wet leaves if it ever stops raining.
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    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.

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    Regardless of how wet it is tomorrow (and the forecast is atrocious) I must visit the allotment and pick some leeks, parsnips and a swede and get some apples and potatoes out of the shed.
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    Friday jobs
    Plan weekend gardening - done
    Harvest carrots - done

    Weekend jobs (rain forecast)

    At my friend's
    Weeding if possible

    At allotment
    Collect leaves
    Weeding
    Harvest carrots, check calabrese, romanesco

    At home
    Deadheading if possible
    Clear leaves
    Harvest lettuce, check calabrese
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    Today I planed out some January cabbage plants I grew from seed, I also planted out some spring onions.
    I sowed cabbage, cauliflower, brussel sprouts and onion seeds in the poly tunnel.
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    Had new windows put in this week, so will be looking at the old windows today and sorting to see what can be used to build some cold frames
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