Category Archives: Allotment
Wow, a year since my last update and a lot has changed. I’m posting more videos on YouTube at the moment, so go check out my channel and don’t forget to subscribe.
Following on from my post the other day, I posted this video on YouTube so you can visualise how my plot looks. Go check it out.
A couple of weeks ago, I took the decision to give up half of my allotment plot. I started my allotment journey back in 2012, when my first plot measure 12m x 5m, and then moved to a 25m x … Continue reading
As I type this, it’s the first week in September and it feels like summer has come and gone. Summer as been a weird one for me. Everything started so well but then come June, everything just stopped, and took … Continue reading
June has come and gone, and I have to say it’s been a weird one. Everything was growing so well in May and all of a sudden everything just stopped. For instance, my garlic was doing really well at the … Continue reading
Making nettle and comfrey fertiliser is something I do every year. It’s basically free fertiliser that doesn’t cost me a penny. I tend you use my comfrey fertiliser for my tomatoes and courgettes, and the nettles for everything else. They … Continue reading
So at the beginning of May, I made a list of jobs that needed doing. I’m glad to say that I’ve got them all done and the plot is ready for summer. The frame for my grapevine was strengthened using … Continue reading
I thought I had everything under control this year. The plot was tidy, I had my seeds ready and I completed all my winter projects. However, we are now in May and I’m wondering where the hell the year is … Continue reading
I managed to get an hour down the plot this morning with the aim to plant out my remaining onions. I planted out a load of them at the beginning of April but I purposely didn’t plant out one tray, … Continue reading