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floralclaire Nov 8
Interesting No Dig talk by at meeting on Tuesday. Top new tip for me was the multiple seed sow in a module then plant en masse esp beetroot
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Ollie Harbury Nov 12
Picked up some old railway sleepers yesterday for the allotment. Building raised beds next weekend, photos to come
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Myallotment18 10h
This is where it all began. Some hard work and a lot of enjoyment.
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Darren @ Plot 11a 🌱πŸ₯•πŸ“ Nov 9
So putting it out there, what should I turn this pallet into for the allotment? I'm thinking a shed work/storage table πŸ€”
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floralclaire 10h
First year had decent amount of goji berries at . Might dig them up as they grow like bilio for not a lot of produce
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Jonathan V Nov 12
Another picture of our . We dug up some stubborn old gooseberry bushes and cleared away an old broken cold frame left by the previous occupant. The remaining weedy area is now ready for the rotavator.
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Haxnicks Nov 12
Perfect gift for the gardener in your life Cane Toppers and Soft-Tie (also makes good decorations - add your own glitter!)
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FertileFibre compost 20h
RT : Early November and the chillies are still thriving in the polytunnel. This variety is called "Thai Dragon" and they are quite hot at about 50,000-100,000 on the Scoville rating.
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wordsanddeeds 10h
I wondered what was carrying off the apple pieces on the - now I know!
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Museum of Cannock Chase 20h
Handy with tools ? Enjoy - style ? Come along to Museum of and join the @MensShedCC - first meeting Monday 26 November. Free - more details 01543 877666
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SaveOurSparrows Nov 11
Yes on the are left to grow where they find comfy, alongside self seeding perennials & shrubs. Field Mice tidy up the bird seed, but eat almost anything. Using dead material for nests. Love watching them. 🐭
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Grow LIKE Grandad 7h
A fabulous AGM. Briefings from local horti groups (outside our association!) followed by to inspire us to use those empty spaces for community growing projects. Oh and I'm now Chairman & got best in show for the giant pumpkin and overall winner 😁
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Haxnicks Nov 8
Keep thinking I must take my tomato plants out of the Self Watering Tower Garden but they keep giving me tomatoes! Some one tell them it's November! @…
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OneTreeHill Nov 10
Replying to @ourhomeedlife
We have an allotment too! It’s an incredible learning opportunity for children isn’t it? I’m going No Dig this year, which I’m weirdly excited by! What are your favourite things to grow? My son loves sharp tools so harvesting chard with his penknife was a highlight!
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Robyn Llewellyn Nov 10
Starting the day with produce. Motivation for digging later.
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Haxnicks Nov 12
King Size Victorian Bell Cloche has Christmas gift giving covered! A gift that will work hard for years to come.
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wordsanddeeds 10h
Hallowe'en pumpkin on the gave me a bit of a shock yesterday morning!
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AlottyJ  #GolfGTE #PeoplesVote #OurNHS #A50 Nov 12
Replying to @yougrowgirl
I had a beautiful double orange pop up in my this year amongst some pale yellow ones. I’ve kept some seed hoping for more next year 🀞
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wordsanddeeds 21h
Rainbow seen from Richie's yesterday.
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Discutafel Nov 11
No appointments today? Wind and rain outside? Perfect day to make your 2019 veg patch plan!
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