Well I dug the pea trenches and filled with scrap salads and peelings
A fellow allotmenteer offered me this advice...I'm up for trying whatever I'm advised!
My lettuces in the tunnel are popping up nicely
And so is My rocket...
This little fella is our new friend He pops up everytime we get to the lottie and follows us about quite bizarre! Might have to name him if he keeps doing it! All in all its looking pretty bare as Im behind everyone else
Hopefully not for too Long.
A neighbours lottie full of flowers is absolutely beautiful and I love stopping for a moment to appreciate it. (Below)
Ok So I just couldn't wait to get down the allotment and make a start on digging over the whole plot and weeding my heart out. While we were over there we bumped into our neighbour who also has a plot... Although he is a true professional and has a 10 rod plot. He gave us a few pointers and got stuck in with helping us turn the soil over.
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