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Planning For Next Season

Along with the cultivating, sowing, planting and harvesting this year, both of my plots have and are being re-designed. Some of the grass paths between and around the various beds have been removed with some of the smaller beds enlarged. Much of the wooden edging around most of the same beds has also been removed and a fruit cage erected on N1 Plot. I am still in the process of moving strawberry plants from their original bed, re-planting them inside the fruit cage. The new layouts of the plots are shown below.

  N1 PLOT

N1 PLOT AUGUST 2014


N2 PLOT

N2 PLOT AUGUST 2014




There's Always Tomorrow!!


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  1. It's a mystery - have larger beds and you want smaller ones - have small ones and they need to be larger. We've yo-yoed a few times. As for wooden edging most people on our site have now abandoned that setup too./

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  2. The smaller beds on my N2 Plot were a legacy from the previous plot holder with far too much wooden edging. I'm removing most of the wooden edging (a haven for slugs/snails) on both plots along with much of the grass areas as it's too much to maintain and strimming is a pain. I find it easier and quicker to use a spade to keep the grass edges in check and the soil angled back onto the planting areas.

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