The allotment never fails to cheer me up and after a very hectic weekend and the next 4 weekends looking near enough the same I decided to head up to plot 15c for a bit of garden therapy. And by ga…
The Spanish gardeners plot! A great harvest In our country cream available for only 19.46 Check out his awesome blog aswell! #Loldeantimber #trug #truglife #handmade #allotment Follow @losttheplot235 It's been nearly a week since I've visited the plot but it still loves me. Even though this may only be a small harvest there is still plenty more I could've brought back but I didn't want it to go to waste. Here I have potatoes tomatoes beetroot spring onions carrots plums raspberries yellow…
Missing Goat Farm 'A Day in the Country'...produced by me for Canadian Living, photographed by Janis Nicolay
1930 kitchen | this was another one of my favourites it is a 1930s kitchen cupboard ...
My father, Francisco 'Chiigo' Smith, an O'dham farmer, grew many traditional crops on my mother Margaret's ten acre allotment located near Sacaton, on the Gila River Indian Reservation in Arizona. My mother was an herbalist and traditional healer. My father grew corn, chiles, tepary beans, various types of squash, gourds, Pima wheat, melons and sugar cane. Together, they taught me the value of our traditional foods to our daily nutrition and way of life.
I hire a gardener to attend my large allotment plot near my home. The gardener designs, plants, harvests and maintains a vegetable and flower garden. It produces enough fruit and vegetables for me, my family and some friends over the entire year. The flowers are used in the house as decoration. I sometimes like working alongside the gardener. This costs 38,000 EUR per year.
Fresh borlotti beans from the allotment. One of the old guys gave me the seeds for these nearly ten years ago and I've kept them going since. They are by far our best beans. Date picture: 27 August 2011 ///// This pin was created as part of the Everyday Growing Cultures project, more information here: http://everydaygrowingcultures.org/
Figs: Learn the Secrets to Large Harvests
Potted Fig Tree: Figs are sweet, chewy and healthy! Enjoy them right at home with our simple growing and harvesting tips.
Our Client's potager | Giannetti Home... | stylish solution to the vegetable garden love this fence around the potager idea!! put my pathways inside with the pea gravel that's near the pool atm.
Thank you, ACA. Obamacare is meaningless, but harmful.
https://flic.kr/p/7uSS1p | Whalley Abbey: Drawing without glasses! | This was a first. Summer School folk all around me and, stupidly, as is my wont..not wearing them all the time.... I'd put my glasses down somewhere earlier in the day and forgotten where! So that this drawing is any bit like at all is a miracle!!!! A particularly peaceful part of the Abbey Grounds, this..with a little wooden bridge, flowers and veg growing too, almost an allotment feel.. near the River's edge.
This rustic garden shed has a potting table at the side and, most importantly, a nice place to sit at the front. Come see which sheds you love best...
What a great idea ~ use a garden rake to mount oranges on for your fruit-loving birds! I probably would tie this to a tree that's close by so you could observe the birds while they're eating.
Me near the apple tree
Top 15 Food Plants That Grow in the Shade - Good list! Greens and root veggies. The greens I grow in sunny places (darn near everywhere here) consistently need shade cloth or row cover, so this makes sense to me.