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Toms, chillies,peppers,shallots,onions,garlic,potatoes,carrots,sprouts,broccoli,cabbage,runner beans,French beans,broad beans,leeks,strawberries, plums,pears,apples,raspberries...sure I'm missing something!
 
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I am going to try to grow winter spuds, we only had one light frosty morning last winter, so hopefully I will get them to grow in the polytunnel.
 

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I am going to try to grow winter spuds, we only had one light frosty morning last winter, so hopefully I will get them to grow in the polytunnel.
Should do well in the tunnel mate even better if you earth up with straw or hay when they start to show 👍
 

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Loads. Sowed some celery and celeriac today. Have hundreds of plants in modules to go out in a couple of weeks. Need to plant the potatoes soon, pentland javelin and yukon gold for me this year.
 

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Tomatoes, cucumber, lettuce, spring onion, sweetcorn, courgette, carrot, onion, garlic, leek, potato, sweet potato, mash potato squash, runner beans, Borlotto beans, cauliflower, broccol, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackcurrant, gooseberries, plum, pear, apple, sour cherry
 

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I've got to grow everything in containers, pots or bags. On the waiting list for allotment but they're in high demand and I guess that's only going to get worse.

However, from some friends locally that have allotments, there are quite a few that have been abandoned. The process to reaquire abandoned is slow one it appears!

So this year I have tomato, chilli, lettuce, shallots waiting to go out and some pink fir apples chitting. Waiting for "patio" cucumbers to become available.
 
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Planting my Asparagus crowns that i grew from seed in 2019 this weekend. My plot wasn't ready for them last year. Plus all the usual veggies.
Am trying 2 new ones this year. Celeriac and kohl Rabi any advice on these would be greatly appreciated
 
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Spuds in old fermenters
 
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My tomatoes are looking very sad, skins dull looking, can tell its autumn with the fungi that is sprouting up through the sugar cane mulch.
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Planted the spuds for hopefully a winter crop, we had a very wet spring but summer and autumn has been very dry.
A large crook neck pumpkin lurking in the undergrowth
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A bit of an experiment, just shows how plants know what time of year it is. Planted some cannabis way too late, some old 2018 seed. They usually grow about 3 meters high these are about 650mm high and the hermaphrodite is carrying seed pods ready to drop. Seeds are no good as they will have a great many of the genetic make up of the parent plant.
Every single living thing has the survival instinct even single cell organisms just show how a plant can fast track to make sure of the survival of the next generation.
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Spuds are well on their way, 2nd day of winter, still harvesting dwarf beans cauli, cabbage and broccoli coming on as well.
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