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Garden – February 2020

23/02/2020 Leave a comment

February 2020 is going down as the worst weather since the double Beast from The East in March 2018. First of all Storm Ciara blew my fence down and Storm Dennis and the ongoing bad weather is stopping it being put back up again. So the garden hasn’t been dug and with all this rain it wouldn’t be. The only real growth is Onions, Summer Onions outside and Spring Onions indoors. I have Potatoes chitting and with a bit of luck, they will go in their bags and pots late March 2020.

Garden – November 2019

24/11/2019 Leave a comment

November is grey and it has rained a lot. We even had a little snow. A few leaves left on the hedge and the weeds have died back. It all needs digging but it’s too wet. Life on the Spring and Summer Onion front though.

Garden – October 2019

27/10/2019 Leave a comment

Mostly mild but it finished with folding and the a frost. Goodbye Tomatoes and hello to already sprouting Summer Onions. The lawn looks nice and there are still some Strawberries. Garden to be dug and then nuked. No more weeds for this Autumn and all of new year. Not sure how healthy the Plum Tree is. Time will tell.

Darker, Colder and GMT

26/10/2019 Leave a comment

The last day of British Summer Time. Colder, darker, wetter and 10.5 TOG. Oct-O-Bar at the Otley and more Onion planting #SaturdayWrap

Garden – June 2019

30/06/2019 Leave a comment

The Mushrooms are gone

 

 

But there are more weeds than ever

Garden – March 2019

24/03/2019 Leave a comment

The End of March

 

 

Is like the End of February

Garden – February 2019

25/02/2019 Leave a comment

The Semi Spring of late February

 

 

And Chitting has started

Garden – December 2018

30/12/2018 Leave a comment

It stopped rain

 

 

And there is still some growth

Garden – November 2018

25/11/2018 Leave a comment

All the Summer Onions are planted

And some are growing

Garden – March 2018

25/03/2018 Leave a comment

Post the Snow from 2 x Beasts

Rather behind schedule

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