Sunday 19 February 2023

Tweaking The Potting Shed Base

View from the main path on leaving the plot

Another productive morning on the allotment. The row of paving blocks were introduced between the last two rows of paving stones to give a length greater than the base to the potting shed, and some kerb stones were introduced at the end.

Looking down the plot at the potting shed base after the additional row of paving blocks were introduced to give a little wiggle room.

Potting shed base looking towards the wall after the row of paving blocks were added.

Potting shed base looking up the plot. I'm now re thinking the raised bed next to the path and may use pots and grow herbs and flowers in them.

Bluebells taking over the Comfrey bed in advance of the comfrey breaking through.

Kelly found me a free FISKARS weed puller £29.95 and a full 60 L bag of westland's Multi-purpose compost with John Innes worth £9.39 on Facebook marketplace just 3 minutes away from home.

More tidying up of the storage area behind the Plot 1 Greenhouse and generally on the plot more tidying up and clearing. The inside or the Plot 1 greenhouse was also cleared of tugs, and the square flower buckets were rinsed and stacked behind the plot 1A greenhouse.

Tea bags that were well out of date were ripped open and the contents sprinkled on the top of the compost material in the current active Dalek and watered in.

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