Wednesday, June 21

June allotment plot

















Copyright: Original post from Our Plot at Green Lane Allotments http://glallotments.blogspot.co.uk/ author S Garrett

15 comments:

  1. Lots of lovely stuff there, Sue! My Runners are much further advanced than yours, and my Broad Beans are nearly finished. Your potatoes still look very green, whereas mine are mostly yellow (or already harvested). We are sweltering in the heat again today...

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    1. We tend to sow and plant out a little later than you do, Mark and also not only will you be more sheltered but I am sure being just outside of your back door your plants are nurtured better.

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  2. Everything under control. Even the grass! (Now's the time for a holiday and a return to chaos.)

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    1. What with all the watering that needs keeping up with, Mal No chance.

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  3. You wouldn't think that is the same "lompmems" as my young friend calls them, as you showed us a few days ago! Miraculous how nature pulls herself back on track.

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    1. Never heard that term, Deborah is it made up? Thinks seem to have battled through - even most of the sweetcorn has revived which we didn't expect,

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    2. Haha! My young 'lompmems' friend is not yet and can't say allotments, but already has an active interest in gardening, which is great.

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  4. Everything is looking fantastic! Glad the wind didn't do too much damage and everything carried on.xxx

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    1. We have been pleasantly surprised at how things have survived, Dina

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  5. Everything look so well organized and promising Sue! The white flowers look so beautiful! Are those roses?

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  6. Looking good Sue. I like all the trees and bushes around, its like a secret garden!

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    1. The council no longer allow trees to be planted, Dicky which is a shame because when the fruit is in blossom it all looks lovely and provides foraging for the bees and then the main thing is that there is the added potential bonus of fruit.

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  7. Your allotment is looking lovely, Sue. You have lots of space and it looks nice and flat

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    1. It is flat, Margaret and we are not short of space.

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