Monthly Archives: January 2018

Another day, another bonfire!

Another week and the pleasure of another bonfire! The new raspberry canes were planted. The variety is ‘Glen Ample’. Raspberries are hungry plants, so the planting holes had plenty of compost added. A ‘splint’ was put on the broken fence … Continue reading

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George is getting ready for spring

The Greenhouse has been made ready. The bulb foliage is well through the top of the plunge so I have made the decision to lift them out. This is much about the same as last year when I started proceedings … Continue reading

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Back on the Allotment!

There was still some snow on the ground as we met up for the first working day of 2018, but the soil was not frozen, the sun was shining, and it was good to be out doing some physical work. … Continue reading

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Winter fruit pruning workshop

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Winter bedding in winter weather

Not long ago nobody talked about winter bedding. Plants like wallflower were planted in  the autumn  along with bulbs to flower in spring.  Milder winters have encouraged garden centres  to sell plants such as pansies in flower as suitable for … Continue reading

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