Another busy time on the allotment this Easter weekend. In addition to transplanting Tomatoes, Borage and California Poppy there are some new plants from Wilko. I’ve been busy making two allotments into one. Take a look at the new layout, I love it.
Busy time on the allotment garden recently potting on Wilko buys, looking after seedlings and an April allotment tour. Plus news on a few changes taking place. Check out my other channels: Walking The London Loop https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfhOdsxK5FEBFE4hylkGZWQ SJC Fitness Journal https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjR37dLPDkey-E1lDevRl8A
This year I’m going to be busy with a project outside the Railway Allotment (Project X) so have made the decision to give up one of my plots. My Railway Allotment is actually two plots next door to each other. The section where I’ve planted the fruit is the plot …
Each month I will be keeping a diary of what is being harvested off the allotment, items will be added throughout the month.
St Patrick’s Day is the traditional time to start planting potatoes. Today I planted a row of First Early, using some manure from the communal delivery. Keep your ears open for the local Woodpecker.
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It’s been a busy weekend. Sowing Broad Beans, planting Shallots, harvesting forced Rhubarb, new handles on the wheelbarrow plus fish n chips for lunch. The wheelbarrow handles can be found at https://goo.gl/QtFcVE
March is the start of Spring so it’s time for a monthly walk around my allotment garden.