Autumn on the plot

Now is the best time to tidy your plot and garden if you’ve not started. Get your various alliums and broad beans in while it’s still mild, cover and protect them if possible.

Garlic. These were bought as large garlic from Morrisons for 50p each so I bought two and added them to the other garlic already sown.

Tomatoes. A few put onto compost then put inside my unheated polyhouse.

Spring Onions. Keep sowing them a few mm below the surface. These take a few weeks to appear but should be ready to transplant next Spring.

Onions. The Beast from the East killed off my outside overwintering onions in March earlier this year so this year I’m trying them in modules inside my little polyhouse.

More spring onions, a few months old.

Strawberries. Mara de Bois. These are a later variety but I doubt these ones will ripen now!

About Allotmentals Plot 103

A hobbyist gardener and allotmenteer. I suffer from a condition called Ankylosing Spondylitis and also have Osteoporosis.
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