Musing on gardening and life in the heart of rural Wiltshire. Well, erm Chippenham actually...
I'm planning on doing the same with mine. So far it's been a knee high jungle and a bare,brown patch. It'll be nice to see some colour!
Time-lapse allotment, what a fabulous idea. I wonder if I have the dedication to do that myself because it would be really interesting to see how the plot develops through the year.Simon
That is very neat indeed!
Thanks for the compliments everyone. I've just realised that taking a regular photograph will give me an extra incentive to keep all those weeds down :0
I've just realised that a special milestone has been reached - this is my hundredth post. Hurrah!
PS Wanna see mine? http://www.flickr.com/photos/turquoise_lisa/2189480620/Significantly less tidy ;)
Lisa - I loved your photo! My untidy bit's in the middle, which doesn't show up that well in this end on photo. The fire area (more like weed dumping area) is a particularly untidy part of the patch!
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