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Grief And Vulnerability
2018-11-14 19:49
You may have noticed that I’ve not been around a great deal in the past few months.  Quite a lot has happened in my life in the past six months and at the time I didn’t want… Read More
London Plot Goes To Market
2018-07-13 07:00
Last year, I wanted to see if I could grow flowers and veg plants that other people wanted to buy and so London Plot was born (the insurance company wanted a name!) This is strictly fair wea… Read More
2018-07-09 07:02
I have two peach trees in the polytunnel but for the past two years they have both been seriously infested by red spider mite.  Last year I sent in the nano warriors to do battle and ju… Read More
Flowers In The Polytunnel
2018-06-25 07:14
You will have realised by now that I adore flowers and grow more than is sensible for one household, but then sharing and gifting is a lovely side-effect of allotmenting. I mostly focus on f… Read More
2018-06-20 20:32
I wanted to say ‘fork to fork’ but this is no-dig, so that would be taking artistic licence a little too far. Anyhow, everything on the plate came from the plot which makes me fe… Read More
2018-06-07 07:29
My efforts to have a more restrained and less jungly polytunnel are being ignored by the plants.  The cucumbers and tomatoes are the main culprits.  They seem to have almost shot o… Read More
Flower Power 2
2018-05-31 07:02
The flowers at the plot are really getting into their stride.  The first flush is always the loveliest, perhaps because I’ve watched and waited while those first buds swell before… Read More
2018-05-29 07:53
What is the purpose of an allotment in the 21st century?  There are at least a thousand different answers to that question.  For me and I suspect for many others, it’s the tr… Read More
2018-05-28 07:33
The peony and rose season is here, and this vase is the first cut. Duchess Nemoirs is the first peony to open but Sarah Bernhardt will be a close second.  Gertrude Jekyll and Louise Odi… Read More

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