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The final produce

It’s been a long time coming, but we harvested our leek today. Hubby planted six, and only two came to anything, one looking more like a spring onion. Both went in the stew, which was totally delicious by the way. … Continue reading

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It didn’t bleed

You might remember these Well, we picked a couple more todayand I’m beginning to feel like Mrs Noah as our produce is coming in twos. It’s also a red letter day as our beefy beetroot was of a suitable size … Continue reading

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Garden update July

The veg is doing quite well despite the heat as Hubby is religiously watering the garden every other day. Look at our beans! We have two varieties growing side by side, so have red and white flowers. They are almost … Continue reading

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Identity Crisis

A few months ago when preparing our veg patch for this year’s onion planting, Hubby found some potatoes that had evaded us when we harvested our crop last year (we always make sure we don’t grow the same thing in … Continue reading

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