Next month will become rather busy, so be prepared. For detailed advice try out the National Allotment Society.
With Christmas nearly upon us, you may well have other things to occupy your mind. But if you’ve time to spare, there’s still stuff to do on the allotment. For detailed advice try out the National Allotment Society. Plant garlic, rhubarb and new bare-root fruit trees. Prune soft fruit bushes and outdoor grape vines. Dig… Read More »
Prune soft fruit bushes now they are dormant, and before it gets too cold. Dig over your plot, remove weeds, and add organic material before covering with polythene, carpet or cardboard to protect from heavy rain. Remove all nets, unless covering Brussels sprouts or brassicas.
Big thankyou for the top tip offered by plot22b back in August. As you can see, my onions turned out rather nice. Now stored in the shed and taken when needed. Any other tips? Let us know and they can be shared by filling in the form. If you let me know your plot number,… Read More »
Autumn. For detailed advice try out the National Allotment Society.