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The rain forecast for today held off, allowing us to work in the dry, eg to sow carrot and parsnip seeds. It was decided to harvest the last of the leeks and important news – our first asparagus spears were … Continue reading
The rotovation was speeded up, including inside one of the polytunnels and among other jobs a raspberry patch was weeded and brassica stems chopped up to aid decomposition.
Last Thursday we had an excellent turnout, including lots of children who were off school, and one grandmother. The weather was wonderful, so we had our coffee break outside for the first time this year. And we also got a … Continue reading
Raspberry canes have been cut down and, with the help of children (off-school as it’s the Easter holidays), new strings have been added for support, in anticipation of a good crop. Manure has been added to more patches and then … Continue reading
and there are plenty of salad leaves. More seedlings including spring cabbage, were added in the polytunnel, while outdoors the autumn planted garlic is growing well amongst the straw.
We’ve had no frosts recently. Instead, warm temperatures for February, so weeding was possible outside, as well as in the polytunnel where salad leaves are ready; we’re just waiting until there are enough for us all to share. Compost continues … Continue reading