Wednesday, July 6

Plot - beginning of July




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  1. That grape vine is looking good ! I must sort mine out ! : )

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    1. It seems a weekly job now trimming shoots back from that grapevine, Debs.






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  2. Sue-it looks wonderful. That's a plot to be proud of!

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  3. And this was the plot that "hadn't recently been tended.."!!

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    1. I did find out from another plot holder that she isn't very good at reading plans and getting the plot numbers correct, Jessica. Just maybe she got us mixed up with another plot.

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  4. It all looks lush and green, I'm sure all that rain has done some good this year for the plants, even though we have't liked it very much....
    Amanda xx

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    1. I think it is a case that some plants of enjoyed the wetness and others not. Amanda I think it is more the very dull lowlight conditions that plants don't really like.

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  5. What a lovely allotment! It looks quite big and you have lots growing in there.

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  6. Oh goodness me! Everything looks so healthy! A testament to all your hard work.....I do wish you'd pop around here and sort me out!xxx

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    1. You make me sound like a hit woman, Dina. :-)

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  7. Fabulous. I especially love your shed and the area around it and the greenhouse. You've clearly been working hard. You put me to shame!

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    1. Many an hour has been spent there putting the world to rights, CJ.

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  8. That's a huge area to maintain, Sue - is this all your plots together? It's looking great, really lush and fertile. A great space.

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    1. Yes it is all the plots together, Caro although there are some bits that aren't visible, mainly because they are hidden behind bushes. It's hard to get full photographs now that all the bushes growing so well.

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  9. Everything is looking amazing - looks like you are in for a big crop of potatoes!

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    1. See you shortly harvest enough to last throughout the year, Margaret

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  10. Everything looks a bit too green and lush for July! I don't think we are going to get any "proper" Summer this year.

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    1. It does rather doesn't it, Mark? I guess it's one of the advantages of all the rain and cool weather. I haven't given up hope that we may get a summer just yet.

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  11. Well hey, that's a great looking plot girl! x

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