Monthly Archives: October 2014

Allotment Update week ending Sunday 19 October 2014

Blogging has starting again after Moira’s holiday but the other volunteers have been hard at work finishing the weeding and starting to clear the communal area and especially attempting to remove the couch grass from around the fruit trees. This week … Continue reading

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Getting ready for Spring starts now!

George and Jill have planted their Scamp Challenge bulbs! They used deep 3 litre pots to give the bulbs sufficient depth for rooting. (As only the best bloom is needed to enter the competition the normal 2 litre pot isn’t a … Continue reading

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Apples galore

Apple Day at the Royal Botanic Garden is always fun.  This was the first year for many when we haven’t been joined by Willie Duncan, Scotland’s apple expert.  But we were delighted to continue to benefit from his astonishing range of … Continue reading

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