Friday, March 2

The taming of plot 41!

Possibly a misleading title as I don't think you ever really tame an allotment plot. The best that you can hope for is to maintain a balance which is slightly in the favour of the gardener. You just have to let down your guard for a few short weeks and the balance soon swings the other way.

Click here to read how we attempted to restore some sort of order to a derelict 'new' plot!

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It would be really great if some other plot holders from Green Lane Horbury would share their experiences with us on the web site and blog. Some of you have made a far better job of clearing a derelict plot than we have. If you would like to include an article about how you and your plot find some sort of harmony then please email your text as a Word document and any photographs that you wish to include. If you don't feel like doing it yourself then see Sue on the site and I will take some photos and if necessary do a write up. (Your article needn't be very long!) If you don't garden at Green Lane then maybe you could share some of your experiences of clearing a new plot and the strange things that you have found in the undergrowth by posting a comment here.

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