Allotment Garden: A reflection on June

My best mate Ali lives in Bristol, and when he pops over for a visit he often jokes that he knows he’s entered Wales when he’s met by a band of rain.

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Allotment Garden: May and Mixed emotions

There are many things I’ve learned since ‘finding’ gardening.

Of most significance is how in tune with the environment I’ve become. Detecting both the slow intimate changes, and the explosion of them when they takes place.

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Allotment garden: Catch up in spring

Where has the spring been?

After the snows of March, the rains that followed and for me, a brief but beautiful holiday in the sun, I’ve felt behind in my plans and activities on the allotment garden.

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Allotment gardening and harvesting reality – #MyRealView

Hands up if you read magazines?

*Me! Me! Me!*

I subscribe to a number of gardening magazines and I enjoy reading them. They provide some great advice, tips and plenty of inspiration for my allotment garden and for the topics I write about on the blog. Continue reading “Allotment gardening and harvesting reality – #MyRealView”

Why move to ‘no-dig’ allotment gardening?

The experience on the allotment this winter has been very different compared to last year.

The weather has been relatively kind which has helped, but what’s paid off is the work I carried out on the allotment following the waterlogging 12 months ago.

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