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    Veg For The Summer

    So what's everyone else been growing in their garden or allotment? This is a little patch I've created at the end of my small garden to fit a few veg in.


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    Thanks for sharing the pic,I love to see what folk are growing,always inspirational!
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    At the mo,I am harvesting beetroot,broad beans,runner beans,swedes,mixed lettuce leaves,radishes,different herbs,rainbow chard,kale,red onion's,garlic etc (I have an allotment)Most of the fruit has finished now except the apples/pears.Some things are'nt quite ready yet,but I will shortly be sewing some stuff for Autumn picking onwards.
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    Yesterdays pickings
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    Nice produce both of you! :-) I'm on holiday for a week soon, I'll give them all a good water before I go, and then they're in Gods hands! :/
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    I did the same,although some of my onions went to see (Produced a flowerhead)due to drought whilst we were away.I pulled all the onions out last weekend and they're drying outside for a few days.(I say drying,it was pissing down last night lol)
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    I left my allotment for this last week and this...

    I put up lights instead of weeding this mess 😂


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    Originally Posted by SpongeLindsay
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    I left my allotment for this last week and this...

    I put up lights instead of weeding this mess 


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    You got a beautiful garden, what do you grow there?

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    Thanks very much. Bit of everything tbh, there's a ton of beetroot, carrots and spring onions this year, some good ole sprouts, courgette (the yellow kind) and many many many different beans..

    I'm always adding different little bits to it.. The archway is a new addition but I've previously added a pond for a more natural slug control and well.. I live toads 😁 I share more photos with you when I take more updated ones
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    Also if you ever visit North Wales, you are welcome to visit the allotment with us

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