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Gael's Gardens

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Inspired by the likes of Wendle, Geodyne and OJ, I've started to grow my own.
Watch this space...


More Veg are a great little seed company, who sell small quantities of seed at really low prices


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Planting

1. Potting on alpine strawberries
2. Heated propagator yellow courgette, cucumber
3. French beans x 3, mange tout, broad beans
4. Parsnips, courgette, purple broccoli
5. Chard, carrots, golden beetroot

Frost7/3

9/3 celeriac inside in modules
salad, pak choi, cavalo nero, caulis, sprouts outside under glass

edit:18/04 looks like next doors cat has dug up the bed with the Cavalo nero, etc. Not impressed!

Planted 12 large aspapragus crowns in the long raised bed : )
5th Mar 2011, 17:29   comments (2)

Beautiful

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but bitter
28th Feb 2011, 09:52   | tags:comments (2)

Green shoots

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Four different types of salad leaves that survived the winter
23rd Feb 2011, 12:38   | tags:,,,comments (0)

Poundland propagation

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£1 each. Got to be worth a try
25th Jan 2011, 15:40   comments (3)

Seasons Greetings!

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Nothing says Happy Christmas quite like a home grown parsnip!
Digging through several inches of snow added to the fun : )
Seasons greetings to all,
Gael x

Pak choi past it?

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Not doing so well now

Update 28/2 : actually still productive
19th Dec 2010, 13:14   comments (2)

Extreme salad

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Although the cover is stiff with frost, the salad leaves underneath seem fine
(rocket, lettuce, spinach)
28th Nov 2010, 13:10   comments (1)

Passable pak choi

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The tunnel is doing its job, harvesting this week despite cold temps
24th Nov 2010, 09:50   comments (7)