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Plotting Growth 

The allotment is a curious thing. The weather dominates work and progress. 

But regardless of the climate and the effort stuff gets busy growing. 

We’ve already had a few strawberry feasts. (Seen here with goats milk yogurt)

 The broad beans are starting to bulge. 

There was a song at school about veg that I think about when the beans start. 


The flowers are charming too. I’m a sucker for poppies. 

Even though we transplanted the pumpkins and squashes very late they are settling in and starting to fruit. 

The tiny apple fruitlets seem quite pleased with themselves though the caterpillars have been busy too. 

It’s all happening. While it rains I might try and get a few later seedlings done.  



One comment on “Plotting Growth 

  1. Equality 333
    July 8, 2015

    Coming along nicely. I struggling to fight off the slugs in my yard, eating everything eve getting in the mini greenhouse grrr.

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