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New allotment OMG...

Posted: 25/10/2014 at 04:29

A new allotment Fruitcake AND chooks....how exciting! I wouldn't be without 'my girls', not just for the eggs,they give me so much pleasure. I think the neighbours must think I'm mad as I chat away to them whilst gardening, even Maisie (the dog ) gets jealous of the attention they get 

Hope your visit goes well today Fruitcake and hopefully the weather will be drier so we can all get some gardening done, enjoy everyone!

New allotment OMG...

Posted: 18/10/2014 at 00:02

Yeahhhhhhh finished work earlier than expected this afternoon and as it was nice n dry I managed to cut the grass then had a couple of hours clearing some more of the allotment area. Disturbed a couple of frogs so there was a few screams from me....I know I'm sad but they really do freak me out! So glad I went out gardening instead of doing the housework as it has rained more most of this evening/night....feeling smug 

New allotment OMG...

Posted: 14/10/2014 at 20:10

Aww GWRS, sorry just noticed your info on green manure too, thank you!

Im pleased to say Ive pickled my shallots too 

New allotment OMG...

Posted: 14/10/2014 at 08:32

Thanks for info Gardengirl, sounds good! 

New allotment OMG...

Posted: 13/10/2014 at 21:53

Aww stamp stamp stamp ( that's my feet lol) frustrated that I can't do any gardening yet! Envious of you all 

Fruitcake.....green manure seeds??? What are those, what do you do/ when do you do it? Sorry if I'm sounding stupid. Have you managed it get to your allotment this weekend?

Gardengirl, what type of bulbs have you bought ? I daren't make a list, soooo much to do!

GWRS..... Enjoy your meal!

 

New allotment OMG...

Posted: 13/10/2014 at 08:44

Roadworks AGAIN! 

Did you buy anything nice at the garden centre Fruitcake?

No gardening at all for me this weekend, had a steroid injection in my shoulder on Thursday evening so gardening ban by GP 

New allotment OMG...

Posted: 12/10/2014 at 10:56

Yes Fruitcake, I'm near Thornbury!

New allotment OMG...

Posted: 11/10/2014 at 21:21

Hi all, thank you for the welcome

nice pics there Gardengirl, I didn't sow beetroot this year but last summer I had a fab crop, they were huge. Don't know how I managed it but they were lovely , especially oven baked, yum yum.

I'm attempting to base my allotment garden on a 'potager' design, know it's gonna take a lot of time and hard work but it will be worth it.

Fruitcake, whereabouts in Bristol are you?

New allotment OMG...

Posted: 11/10/2014 at 02:16

Hi everyone, hope you don't mind me joining this thread. I haven't got an allotment but we bought a cottage 4 yrs ago in a village and it has an unusual lay out regarding the gardens. We have a back garden which was quite 'up together' when we moved here and I have been managing that and adding my own touches. The front garden was a bit haphazard and although we look out onto about 50 ft, the last quarter of the garden belongs to our neighbour and they have rights of access down our garden path to get to the front of their cottage. We extended our kitchen which is at the front so ended up re structuring the whole garden which I'm really pleased with.

we also have another garden which runs parallel to our neighbours back garden ( we have rights of access all around their cottage ) and this is the area that I'm hoping to completely restructure over the next couple of years. When we moved here it just looked like a huge expanse of grass which we just mowed to keep tidy but there was loads of weeds throughout. Over the last year or so we built temporary veggie beds just so we could grow a little produce. This year I have managed to clear a larger area  and I'm trying to get a better layout for future planting. 

It's encouraging to read all your posts and the pics look fab too!  It's handy that I don't have to walk far for my 'allotment type' garden but it would be nice to talk to other allotment folk for advice and encouragement...... Which is why I zoomed in on here once I saw the thread! I've been here over an hour just reading through from the beginning  

I'm a bit if a techno-phobe but will try and take some pics tomorrow, weather permitting and see if I can manage to post them.

As it's 2.15am think I'd better go to bed! Will catch up here tomorrow......happy gardening all 

Good Evening FORKERS

Posted: 29/05/2013 at 19:30

Well it's rained constantly here today so don't mind being at work. OH is out trimming one of the hedges in the rain , I told him the weather is set to improve over the next couple of days but because its grown like mad this last week it's bugging the life out of him!

Had a visit to osteopath today, been suffering with neck, shoulder and arm.....I have a trapped nerve and already feel easier after the treatment, should sleep better tonight! I admit to being a miserable old '....the last couple of days, OH will be relieved !

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