Posted: 25/10/2013 at 21:41
Well i have just pulled , tha last remaining bits out of them. I have to say they have worked brilliantly, providing a range of crops all summer. although i have learnt that you can't grow any kind of squash in them, as they tend to escape
James (sorry for the late reply) i bit the bullet and bought soil in (just off 2 tonnes for around £120) I thought to my self that to justify it, that i would have to have at least 100 salads from them (bags salads in the supermarket are about £1.50) to break even for this year, which i managed with ease, as well as all the other veg harvested from it.
I topped them up a bit with compost from B&Q. I'm not growing anything in them over winter . So going to get some horse manure to spread over the top which i will mix in , in spring. Then after that put some mushroom compost over the top just before i plant out.