Wednesday, 23 July 2014

An Evening Visit

Tuesday was another lovely warm July day with the temperature making it up to 26.6°C in the afternoon.

We left it until early evening to pop down to the plot to do a bit of watering and any harvesting that took our fancy. As it was we spent a bit of time callin’ as they would say in these parts or gossiping about the rather pathetic set of allotment rules and regulations the council have introduced this year.

We did manage to water the greenhouse and a few newly planted crops as well as harvest a few Sungold tomatoes, Loch Ness blackberries and the first crop of Cobra climbing French Beans of the season.


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