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Broadway Offline
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(07-06-2020, 06:20 AM)Can the Man Wrote:
(07-06-2020, 05:59 AM)Broadway Wrote:
(06-06-2020, 07:37 PM)Can the Man Wrote: I sowed red onion seeds, white onion seeds, leek seeds, beetroot seeds.
Then I netted my beetroot in the garden they have been attacked by birds I’m down to 9 plants now so more seeds planted. Then I noticed my more matured onions have been attacked also so I needed to net them as well
Morning CTM

I always thought onions were sown late/eary in the year, so can you effectiverly sow/grow them for most of the year?
Hi Danny, with the poly tunnel I’m experimenting I don’t see any reason why they can’t be grown any time.
Good luck, looking forward to your updatesSmile
Regards..........Danny Smile
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JJB Offline
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Planted out various types of courgettes/summer squash. Dug out some swiss card to make room for a few dfb. Felt guilty concentrating on veges and neglecting 'street view' of front so planted up a couple of tubs with fuschia and lobelia . Tidied up another bed in front to receive bedding tomorrow, maybe. Emptied old tumbling tomato tubs reused compost elsewhere and refilled with compost and horse poo ready to receive new tom plants. Watered.
I'm not aging, I just need re-potting.
Greetings from Wiltshire 
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SarrissUK Offline
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Out of aaaallll the money I spent at IKEA today, this is what I was most excited about Smile
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Baldy Offline
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Invisible meatballs?

I'm yet to be prolific here, but I'm quick...

what is it Sarriss?
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Small chilli Offline
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Lots of watering, feeding & seed sowing.
Isle of Mull
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Baldy Offline
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Scared the beejeezus out of a slow worm in my compost bin, planted out a couple of random toms from the polyhousetunnel thing and watered and fed the plants in there.
I'm on top of things at the plot - its weird - thanks lockdown...
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Veggie Offline
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Slight change of plan today (not that I ever have a real plan!).
Some years ago I bought this cheap blowaway to use as a wood store near the house in winter and a compost and tool store in summer. It fitted snugly between the garage and GH No 3 - too snugly as I couldn't get around the back of it to clear the brambles. 
The cover had split and wasn't much use for keeping anything dry so it was time to say goodbye! 
Today has been spent cutting up the cover, moving the frame down the garden and clearing some of the brambles .

I'm going to use the frame for climbing squashes, cucumbers and beans - that's the new plan anyway! Photo tomorrow when I may have planted them.
Wonky Shopkeeper in Sunshiny South Wales
There's Method in my Madness Wink
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SarrissUK Offline
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(07-06-2020, 05:45 PM)Baldy Wrote: Invisible meatballs?

I'm yet to be prolific here, but I'm quick...

what is it Sarriss?

Sorry - technical problems with my phone (it took me a while to resize the picture, once I realised the first pic had been rejected because it was too large!!)

Pic is working now lol
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Veggie Offline
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Looks like a duvet cover!
Wonky Shopkeeper in Sunshiny South Wales
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SarrissUK Offline
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It's not a duvet cover, though there were a few duvet covers that had similar patterns, come to think of it!

Any other guesses? Big Grin
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