Dig For Victory; Monthly Guides & Commentary
Changing the ooil in the Merry Tiller, shock bill for the strimmer and a warning for us all about using stale old petrol
Making the most of a rarity, sunshine. Planting out the runner beans and harvesting the last of the over-wintered cauliflowers
Answering email about cabbages, building the rhubarb containers, potting on brassicas and spending a fortune on a new wheelbarrow.
The strimmer broke down and then the Merry Tiller wouldn't start but all happily sorted with a little help from my friends. And growing rhubarb like the master.
A glorious day getting the comfrey bed planted out, another raised bed and potatoes nearly ready - the flowers told me so
Over to Moelyci environmental centre near Tregarth to pick up a few tonnes of compost with help from our neighbour. Fascinating seeing it made on this scale
Reviewing a book on growing in wet conditions like Ireland and Wales, our first cauliflower at this house shows my romantic side and a fabulous cactus.. in Wales!
Planting out the tomatoes in the greenhouse and foliar feeding the potatoes that are beginning to show.
Sheep ate my homework (well brassicas), wrote a song and making extra large greenhouse grow bags. Then, to add to the fun, my strimmer died but a beautiful peacock visited.
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