It’s the end of the school summer holidays. Having an allotment is not just about growing food. It’s certainly a place to occupy children during the six-week break. However, if you embrace your plot and the community of people that come together at your allotment site you find they offer so much more.
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The memory of last July is seared into my mind. Recalled through a painful cringe.
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Despite my efforts to focus on sustainability when it comes to allotment gardening and within my broader life, I am not proud of the fact that I have not prioritised my purchasing of peat-free compost.
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Every year between January and March, an agricultural tradition takes place in a nine-square-mile area of Yorkshire. Continue reading “How to grow Rhubarb”