This time last year, we were growing potatoes in hessian recycled coffee sacks in the garden at home. Upon digging up our first earlies we found tiny (albeit tasty) potatoes and the yield was pretty non existent. They had been fed and watered and earthed up. They had finished with their beautiful little flowers… And […]Read more "Pulling Potatoes"
We had a wonderful day getting the first sowing of brassica into open ground a few weeks ago. They had been burning a hole in their pots, getting bigger and bigger. But the ground hadn’t been fully prepared. Once the soil was dug over, they were put into position and they looked pretty awesome and […]Read more "A Tale of Eaten Brassica"
Last week turned out to be one of those weeks. After scheduling hours in at the allotment for most of the week, we didn’t manage to get there once. Personally, I get really disheartened when this happens. You start to doubt whether you have enough time to manage. You see the plots around you slowly developing […]Read more "Sweet Peas and Potting On"