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Latest posts by Alan4711

hotel-opera-paris--

Posted: 16/08/2013 at 10:10
iv not eaten spam for years,and i used to love potted beef and drippin and corned dog, we were thinking of going on holiday now its a holiday in the shed on our new allotment Paris ah ah i wish
Alan

hedgehogs

Posted: 16/08/2013 at 10:06
with all the things we are planning to build for the Birds,bees hedgehogs fish beetles
were thinking of putting a tent on the lawn and let them all have the house ( not the fish) and aint this moving a Pain,
Cheers Alan

peas

Posted: 16/08/2013 at 09:58
Now that's really interesting on a serious note do you think one should save the biggest or the sweetest sized pea as the smaller ones are nearly always sweete,
maybe zomer44 might give me some guidance, we had lots of mice so dipping in Paraffin seemed to work that's what most granddads used to do i remember,right cheers all Alan

where-did-everyone-get-there-veg-seeds-from-this-year

Posted: 16/08/2013 at 09:50
Hi we used Kings catalog and got a good discount as we theywere ordering for 13 allotmenteers they we had no complaints from anyone and we were the only ones who tried Winston spuds and the were simply horrible the rest ok,has anybody tried Atlantic Kidney (Jersey Royals im told) id be interested how they were, oh an Charlotte seems to be the winner this year with most of us here in Tenby S/Wales
good luck Alan4711

peas

Posted: 16/08/2013 at 09:41
Hi all again ,right i read on one question that Zoomer44 talking about where everyone got their seeds said she does her own ,now does this mean that we can save some of the best peas we grow to use the next year, i did this with 3 red spuds i bought for jacket but forgot they were there ,they were really big croppers and tasted great ,now i know you cant do this normally and was only a one off, but iv had some fantastic peas this year and wondered if i can save some each year as i grow LOTS we love em, can i Yae or Nae just stopped raining and its looking good Be lucky Alan

-figs-on-young-plant

Posted: 15/08/2013 at 19:17
right o Welshonion and many thanks everone

mulching-machine

Posted: 15/08/2013 at 19:15
many thanks Bob, Alan

fruiting-period-for-goji-berries

Posted: 15/08/2013 at 17:12
Should fruit second year on ,seed Jan to March harvest July to Oct and can be very invasive.Alan

mulching-machine

Posted: 15/08/2013 at 17:07
Hi Mrweeds im also looking for help with a shredder and don't seem to find anyone whose actually happy with any of them,they seem to clog up with green or wet stuff ,im looking for one that will take green stuff and Hydrangea type clippings so i can mulch, even the BnQ chap couldn't give me any good guidance on it except don't buy a Bosch they get returned more than others it seems,so im still looking so ill keep my eye on this question good luck Mrweeds Alan4711

-figs-on-young-plant

Posted: 15/08/2013 at 16:55
Hi Welshonion,no the help you me gave was for side shoots growing just like they do on tomatoes and pinching out or not , these are proper figs growing ,but i was wondering if the young plant might do better if i pinch them off to help the plant in its first year get stronger, then allow normal growth next year, the figs are about the size of a golf ball, so it seems best come off then. many thanks Alan

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