Monday, August 5

Fruit on the plot part 2

This video carries on from where we left off last time. Hopefully we have got the commentary sound better this time. 

You can't prepare though for unexpected appearances of plot neighbours turning up for a chat but like true professionals we carried on regardless!



6 comments:

  1. What a great video, and your previous one too. I think you can get a better sense of everything on a video. It looks like it's going to be a good plum year for you, as well as those lovely apples and pears. I can see that I'm going to have to devote quite a bit of space to my tayberry when I eventually get round to planting it out.

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    1. The tayberry has been there a long time, Jo and has rooted in several places when the ends of canes have rooted into the ground so to start with yours shouldn't take up quite as much space.

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  2. I really enjoyed watching the video. Your allotment is so big and very well tended. You have so many fruits there, and so many beds. I like it very much! I hope you'll most more such videos of your allotment.

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    1. WE will try to post other videos, Dewberry. Glad you like them

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  3. I am amazed at the size of your allotment and everything looks so lush and healthy! RESPECT!!! xxxx

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    1. Thank you Snowbird but we do have some disappoinments,

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