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  • Autumn Equinox

    Autumn Equinox

    The new seedlings that have been planted out are thriving in the warm autumn soil and with the hope of rain soon they should put on good growth before the frost... Read more

    The 25 March 2014 by   Scarecrow
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  • Garden Log, 3.31.14

    Garden Log, 3.31.14

    A gorgeous, clear spring day, high of 72. Planted a ‘Yuletide’ Camellia sasanqua, dug up Helianthus and Crocosmia to share with a local plant sale. I am not... Read more

    The 31 March 2014 by   Missinghenrymitchell
  • Beautiful Broad Beans & Pretty Potatoes

    Beautiful Broad Beans Pretty Potatoes

    Last Saturday it was time to plant out my potatoes and sow my second sowing of broad beans. I’ve chosen Potato ‘Charlotte’ and Broad Bean ‘Kamazyn’ which... Read more

    The 18 March 2014 by   Charlottsgarden
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  • The Right to Privacy

    Right Privacy

    I saw this old photo of our middle patio a few days ago and thought, eek! Look how lush, leafy, and private this area used to be.... How it was in September 201... Read more

    The 27 March 2014 by   Alternativeeden
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  • Fuzzy

    Fuzzy

    Spring is very nearly here, which means that buds are starting to show signs of change,there is movement as soon there will be leaves and flowers; the... Read more

    The 06 March 2014 by   Ozhene
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  • Eranthis Emerges

    Eranthis Emerges

    Every spring, I wait for my winter aconites, Eranthis hyemalis, to emerge. They take forever. I adore these tiny flowers. And for me, they are truly tiny: the... Read more

    The 14 March 2014 by   Missinghenrymitchell
  • Odorous Onions

    Odorous Onions

    Last week it was time for my second planting of onion sets up on Plot 29.  My first ever planting of onions took place last October, before that I wasn’t... Read more

    The 25 March 2014 by   Charlottsgarden
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  • Seed Saving 101: Understanding Isolation Distances for Corn

    Seed Saving 101: Understanding Isolation Distances Corn

    Continuing the erratically-scheduled Seed saving 101 series… Saving Sweet Corn Who doesn’t love corn? But when each plant yields only 2 ears or so, it can be... Read more

    The 21 March 2014 by   Missinghenrymitchell
  • March at Plot 4

    March Plot

    February has been a pretty rough month here on the south coast. It seems its rained for most of the month and the allotment is wetter than ever. Read more

    The 01 March 2014 by   Spadeforkspoon
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  • Sunday Blues

    Sunday Blues

    No, not a post about depression!I have been making the most of the lovely sunny, and warm, weather this morning and working in the garden. Read more

    The 30 March 2014 by   Ronniejt28
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