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Steve Plot44 Prices Lane May 20
Down the today making a start. Day 1
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Steve Plot44 Prices Lane May 21
a couple of hours can make a big difference. Little and often 👍
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Emma Young May 21
Looking forward to getting my dining room table back soon! Hardening these Toms off at the minute, is next weekend too soon to plant outside?
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Grow LIKE Grandad 17h
The mystery of last year's weed killer ruined runner beans (fed from my compost heap (pictured) solved. My elderly neighbour has taken to spraying my compost pallets top (see nettle) to bottom with weed killer. Must relocate it and dump 3 years of compost.
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Modern Veg Plot May 21
It's difficult to articulate just how ridiculously happy spending my evenings at the allotment is making me at the moment. No better place to be!
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Anne with an e May 17
Looked like my boy was doing some work down the when in actual fact he had dug a bloody great hole. I'll be falling into that soon enough.
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Kirk&Bert May 16
advice please.... some of these seedlings are sprouts but some should be broccoli but I can’t see any difference. Feel like I have misplaced a load of somewhere. Can anyone help?
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Steve Plot44 Prices Lane May 20
That's not a bad start 👌👌
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The Bohemian Raspberry May 21
Good morning lovely people, here is a wee close up of the Persacaria bistorta and Geum 'Totally Tangerine' on the wildlife area on the totally my favourite place to be right now!!😍
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Emma Young May 20
Good morning gardeners! Is anyone growing achocha? Mine looks cute but really weak. I think it’s the temperature maybe as it has grown loads this week compared to previous weeks?
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Reg Lee Chelt 18h
My allotment carrots starting to show themselves so far so good, hope I do not get the carrot fly
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Grow LIKE Grandad May 15
Sometimes I really don't have the motivation to go to the but whenever I go, I always come away feeling so much better. I'd go as far as saying I feel physically and mentally healed by my plots.
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Reg Lee Chelt 18h
My parsnips are going well but a long time to wait to eat them, need a frost in the winter to make them nice and sweet oh well good things come to those that wait.
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(((Daniel Hugill))) 15h
Replying to @DanielHugill
My polytunnel tomatoes have a new caretaker.
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Ollie Harbury May 22
Marigolds are in, ready to protect my Tomato area
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Tanya🌼Lovely Greens May 21
Stunning day in the allotment garden! Don't you just love how ALIVE May is?
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My little Allotment May 20
Won’t be long now until I try my first ever homegrown sweet pepper, this variety is called sweet pepper Corno di Toro Giallo 💚😋
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My little Allotment May 22
The karmazyn broad beans are growing well, even though the plants have been completely attacked 😅🙈 so excited to try them, I’ve never grew broad beans before 💚
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Plot 13D May 21
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Man With a Spade May 19
Well that’s an first for me - a neighbours shed stolen! A whole shed! Conspiracy theories range from inside job to Bulgarians!
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