January 2021 – and there was me thinking there wouldn’t be much to do this month… To be honest I haven’t done much physically at the allotment but I have used my time to plan… and order a few things… Apart from the onion, garlic and broad beans that were planted at the end ofContinue reading “‘Kiss the Ground’, planning, weeds, and snow”
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Carrying on from the start I’d made in September, I set myself the goal that by the end of November I would have finished tidying up the original plot and would have cleared and prepped the new plot ready for winter. I thought it was pretty much do-able as I’d already (with help) cleared awayContinue reading “November goals…”
I’ve been so excited!
The featured image of a sunflower is one I grew a few months ago, and is a bit of colour among all the grey skies we’ve had recently. So much has been happening on and away from the plot that I haven’t had chance to keep on top of the blog, but am just aboutContinue reading “I’ve been so excited!”
The difference a few months makes!
While you are hardening off your young plants in the earlier part of the year, it’s a wise move to do a bit of reading up and work out what conditions each species of plant will need. How much space they will need, what sort of protection they may benefit from, what problems to lookContinue reading “The difference a few months makes!”
Right then, lets do this…
Apologies for the delay in getting this latest blog post published, but life has got in the way a bit lately. As you saw in the previous post, the raised beds were now a much more manageable size for me which meant I could get cracking with the rest of the plot and start sowingContinue reading “Right then, lets do this…”