Hoorah I have managed to harvest some actual fare that can be consumed this month! (we didn't eat the flowers). All the hard work has paid off with a glut of round yellow courgettes also
It's unwise to neglect your allotment for a fortnight at this time of year. All the vegetables may be thriving (especially the round yellow courgettes that are the size of melons)
We have neglected the allotment for a fortnight, which is not a wise thing to do at this time of year as the weeds have been thriving with all the recent rain.
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It's May on the allotment already. I'm annoyed that I missed the opportunity to take a picture of the crab apple and quince blossom last month.
Spring is finally here and my allotment is beginning to look loved again. This is mainly due to the fact that with a little bit of cajoling 'him indoors' has ventured out to give me a hand
Here is my allotment looking a little bit sorry for itself as it's early Feb. I felt I must start digging it over before the weather warms up. If I don't have it completely dug over by the end
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