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”

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Sowing Sweet Peas for early blooms, with Mr Fothergill’s

It took me 26 years to ‘find’ gardening, and when I did, it was because it fed my long-time passion for cooking. I discovered the incredible number of varieties of fruit and vegetables I could access from my very own garden simply by growing my own. Continue reading “Sowing Sweet Peas for early blooms, with Mr Fothergill’s”

10 highlights from the grow your own blogs: June

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There’s a fantastic number of allotment, kitchen garden and grow your own bloggers out there. I read as many as I can for inspiration, advice and to find out what everyone is getting up to. Continue reading “10 highlights from the grow your own blogs: June”

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.

Continue reading “Why move to ‘no-dig’ allotment gardening?”