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After buying a plum tree for the allotment, I started to think about other fruit that I have a soft spot for. So I couldn't resist ordering a morello cherry tree.Sour cherries never seem to be available to buy, so I have to rely on the generosity
Sometimes it seems like I've had the allotment forever - I just can't imagine life without it. It seems so long ago when I look back to the early days - no shed, no raised beds, only weeds and lots of work to do.I think we got most things right when
It's Gardeners' World 'Grow Your Own' Week and I really am trying to grow my own, honest. Up at the allotment, everything's looking a bit bedraggled after the rain. The onions and garlics are looking just about OK; I'm hoping the strawberries
Hi can anyone advise me which is the best green manure to use on my allotment over the winter. Thanks
Hi Does anyone know if there is any vegetables that I should not plant my dahlias near on the allotment
Hi all I'm just passing on a tip from Tim Underwood www.allotment.org.uk worth a look Alan
I have just started my allotment and i made a cold frame out of fence panels and breeze blocks. with a plastic panel on top. it never cost me a penny.
Please can anyone tell me what they think can be chomping away on the leaves of my new rhubarb plants on my allotment. They were doing so well now they dont look healthy at all . Slugs?
Hi everyone, can i plant strawberry runners now, i have raised beds on my allotment Yes-a good time. Thank you so much for your quick reply geoff
Over the years I have contiually come across Allium in plant borders and on my allotment. I don't like to use chemicals, so i'm sure that persistance in digging it out is probably the best way. Any other ideas? Hello Hedgeh0g. Alliums are generally