Musing on gardening and life in the heart of rural Wiltshire. Well, erm Chippenham actually...
Both looking great VP, allotment looks ready to rock and roll! :)
Hi VP. What's the twiggy stuff bottom-right of the allotment - a project in the offing?Simon
Your allotment is looking ready for the off. Shame about the wetness of the soil!
All we need now is some good weather so as we can all get allotmenteering and gardening in earnest! xx
Hi Paul & Melanie - I feel like I'm behind all your efforts already!Simon - it's the old autumn fruiting raspberry canes. Could be future pea sticks, or just turned into path mulch as usual. Further down the plot I've got loads of hazel in readiness for some willow weaving...Judith - the weather's been so frustrating hasn't it?Flighty - too right! I bet we'll get it next week just as I'm due to go up north again!
Both looking spick and span. It's interesting to see the grass borders on your lottie - grass is frowned on on our site much to my regret.
Anna - we all have grass between our plots and a rule that says we have to keep our patch of it neat and tidy!
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