Fantasy gardening

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rowlandwells

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Re: Fantasy gardening
« Reply #15 on: October 31, 2020, 12:11 »
in some respects i like to sit down on a rainy day when  you can't do anything outdoors and draw up some sort of plan what we mite grow and where on the plot it mite be on the open ground for our squashes beans onions and our potato crop what varieties should we go for?

or in the raised beds brassicas leeks swede its endless then i look through the seed catalogues and see all those lovely seed we could be growing [I wish] pure Fantasy or reality that is  the question it usually ends with my wife telling me where to sow i think she has a plan in her head because she never shares it with me till its spring. anyway i always order the seed  and then tell her after I've ordered them  :lol: :lol:

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wighty

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Re: Fantasy gardening
« Reply #16 on: October 31, 2020, 17:03 »
As we have a golf course at the back of us and a common in the front we are a 'through route' for wildlife.  Boris likes to dig holes in the lawn (badger).   At least we don't have to protect from some of the wildlife that you have all mentioned.



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