Category Archives: Allotment

pickings

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primavera

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roses and a peony

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busy times

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sprouting

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surrogate flowers

Recent displacement activity, missing both skiing and flowers, I knitted a cashmere ski hat with a flowery motif. Good diversion while waiting for the garden to wake up 🙂

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midwinter pickings

So few grains of happiness measured against all the dark and still the scales balance. Jane Hirshfield

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gage tree and brassicas

The Old Gage tree I planted 2 years ago mysteriously started to die just as it was in the full glory of spring blossoming – an ominous harbinger, though we didn’t know it yet, of the year to come. On … Continue reading

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hooray

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May the long time sun shine upon youAll love surround youAnd the pure light within youGuide you all the way on * *Mike Heron – The Incredible String Band (1968)

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easy allotment supper

And here below is today’s harvest, all looking good apart from the gnarly carrots which, although the root flies got to them, still taste lovely – excellent for soffritto base.

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rosy posy

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july smiles

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high dry summer

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grow grow grow

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golden sweet + peonies = joy

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intensity

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the green fuse

The force that through the green fuse drives the flower Drives my green age. Dylan Thomas

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spring feast

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hungry gap harvest

No dig parsnips – surprisingly straight and large, considering the dense clay soil… What do you want to do ? New mailCopy

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