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 Post subject: Re: Gardening Corner
PostPosted: Wed May 26, 2021 16:17 
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Ooh, how exciting. What have you put in them? I spot some tomatoes I think. What else have you got growing?

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I have, some spuds, toms, mint, radish, onions and carrots

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PostPosted: Wed May 26, 2021 16:25 
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Mind to contain the mint otherwise you’ll have an entire mint garden by this time next year.

It sounds like you have Sunday dinner sorted, plus a nice soup starter.

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I stopped trying to ignore it and mowed the lawn yesterday. I didn’t edge it as it started to come over dark and I thought it was about to pour with rain. I need to work on my first doing skills, anyway.

I’ve been trying to construct some kind of tomato frame today but I need another pair of hands and a brain that’s had some sleep. My tomatoes are just standing out on the path whilst I work out what I’m supposed to be doing with them. I’ve got nine in February garden and two in the craft room window. I grew them all from seed, and I love them, but they’re getting too big and need evicting.


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I potted on and put out all of the different herbs that I sowed with the seeds I got for Mother’s Day. I gave up hoping I’d get the number of terracotta pots I’d ordered but I at least have a load of terracotta pottery bits for drainage now.


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Skills Mimi! Looking very green in your MASSIVE garden, great stuff.

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Broccoli is absolutely huge, especially the ones I sowed in the front window (which are the ones at the back of the bed). It’s a true gender stem green variety so I hope to be able to harvest from this through winter.

Parsnips are getting big now. I did thin out a couple and was so happy to see a teeny tiny but perfect rly formed parsnip as I thinned.

Onions are coming up. I’ve been making showings in succession with the spring onions behind, so that I can get a sort of constant supply.

Peas are getting a bit healthier. I hope they will flower in the next few weeks.


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Skills Mimi! Looking very green in your MASSIVE garden, great stuff.


Thank you, Z. I asked a friend of Russell’s from our old NCT group for advice and he said I couldn’t start a vegetable garden so late as I needed to start three months earlier. I’m so glad that I tried anyway. It’s really joyful.

Last few pics...

God only knows why I sowed so many lettuces, but they look so lush and green.

Unmistakable carrot tops are all looking frilly. I’m looking forwards to seeing what comes of these.

I’ve earthed you the potatoes, and they’ll need topping up a few more times. They got caught by frost earlier but it just nipped the leaves, and the plants were fine.

I’ve sown a load of flowers that are all looking good and healthy, and I’m waiting for the sunny weeks ahead to see those in bloom also.

Anyway, that’s what I’ve managed so far. I’m already excited for next year.

I’ve got some strawberry plants, braid beans and a few other bits around the place too, and we’ve planted a cherry tree and a pear tree :) :luv:


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Amazing scenes Mimi, and I still have garden envy - sooo big.

I've achieved sod all in the garden this year, but the rhubarb and my fruit trees are doing well all by themselves. Think they're enjoying the rain.

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Mind to contain the mint otherwise you’ll have an entire mint garden by this time next year.

It sounds like you have Sunday dinner sorted, plus a nice soup starter.



How do you contain mint? Electric fences!!

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You garden is lovely Mimi. and wow on the veg..

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Mind to contain the mint otherwise you’ll have an entire mint garden by this time next year.

It sounds like you have Sunday dinner sorted, plus a nice soup starter.



How do you contain mint? Electric fences!!
:DD

Put it in a pot by itself and remove any flowers that form to stop it going to seed, and self seeding all over your garden.

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Amazing scenes Mimi, and I still have garden envy - sooo big.

I've achieved sod all in the garden this year, but the rhubarb and my fruit trees are doing well all by themselves. Think they're enjoying the rain.

I think it’s been a bit of a tough start, to be honest. No rain at all and then only rain for a month with no sun, but maybe starting in a tough year is a good thing? It’s certainly forcing me to learn quickly. What fruit trees do you have? I’ve never tasted rhubarb.

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Mind to contain the mint otherwise you’ll have an entire mint garden by this time next year.

It sounds like you have Sunday dinner sorted, plus a nice soup starter.



How do you contain mint? Electric fences!!
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Put it in a pot by itself and remove any flowers that form to stop it going to seed, and self seeding all over your garden.


I will get a pot.. Thanks

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PostPosted: Thu May 27, 2021 16:15 
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Amazing scenes Mimi, and I still have garden envy - sooo big.

I've achieved sod all in the garden this year, but the rhubarb and my fruit trees are doing well all by themselves. Think they're enjoying the rain.

I think it’s been a bit of a tough start, to be honest. No rain at all and then only rain for a month with no sun, but maybe starting in a tough year is a good thing? It’s certainly forcing me to learn quickly. What fruit trees do you have? I’ve never tasted rhubarb.


Damson, plum, cherry, apple x2 and pear. They're all patio-size, because I don't have a big enough garden for a full orchard :DD Last year, the aphids decimated the cherry before it even got started and I only got 2 apples off one tree :S Cherry is laden with underripe green fruit at the moment, so assuming the birds stay off long enough that's a win right there.

The rhubarb is a hardy bugger. It was here when we moved in, and I dug it all out and threw it into an ikea bag to be taken to the tip with the garden rubbish, and 2 months later it was STILL growing within the bag despite having been mangled by a spade and deprived of soil and light! Figured anything that determined to live should be put back in the ground. Only problem is nobody here eats it except me, so I still have rhubarb jam left over from last year to get through, let alone this years fruit 8)

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 Post subject: Re: Gardening Corner
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Isn’t that how you force rhubarb? By depriving it of light (ok, not usually in an IKEA bag :) )

Have you ever heard yours growing? I don’t know if it works so well growing in the ground, but in rhubarb tunnels you can hear it creaking as the stalks release the friction and slide past each other as they grow from the crown.

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I like rhubarb :P

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Just started making some rhubarb wine


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I like rhubarb :P

Me too! Especially in a crumble.

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Oh man, I don't think I've had rhubarb crumble since school. Bloody loved it with nice thick school custard


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Sounds like Jem has enough rhubarb for a crumble for all of you!

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Mimi wrote:
Isn’t that how you force rhubarb? By depriving it of light (ok, not usually in an IKEA bag :) )

Yep, although I've never bothered. Sounds a lot like effort :DD

If we have some sort of bbq or cottage based gathering this year, I'll bring rhubarb crumble.

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I’m sure I’ve seen/been in a rhubarb tunnel on a trip somewhere as a kid. I’ve definitely been in mushroom tunnels, and I think I’ve been to a couple of National Trust places. They’re brilliant.

Are Rhubarb & custard sweets at all accurate to the taste of actual rhubarb?

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Are Rhubarb & custard sweets at all accurate to the taste of actual rhubarb?

Not massively, they're very sweet and rhubarb is quite tart.

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We bought a greenhouse in black Fridays sales 2 (um. Maybe 3?) years ago and have never put it up because the place it was going slopes steeply so I needed to learn how to build a wall.

Eventually we've decided to put it somewhere else where at one corner we can get away with just stacking breeze blocks 2 high on their stable sides.

Lots of cutting a small hedge out, digging and getting root out to lower the ground enough to achieve that "just 2 blocks". May not achieve greenhouse over the next two days (that we are on holiday for) but if the base is in place that'd be good.

Old place behind, new place in front.


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I would love a greenhouse one day but reading that makes me worry about the logistics of it. I’m looking forwards to seeing yours, though. What are you going to use it for?

I found my first pea pods growing today, so I am super excited about that. Also a neighbour one house over from next door was filling in his pond and asked if we wanted to adopt some tadpoles. I was expecting teeny tiny things, but they were about 3cm long, and there was a whole bucket full! I was a bit shocked later as I was standing in the garden and he appeared about 59cm from me and scared the life out of me, he just decided to come through my next door neighbour’s garden :/

Anyway, whilst we were just ensuring the pond was ready for hundreds of new tadpoles, we found some newts swimming about.


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Your garden is doing super well, especially given you've only just started it up! It looks nice and flat which makes putting greenhouses up much easier.

Not that it's easy, until you've moved them between houses as much as we have, but we have this added problem that our house is just below the top of a hill so everything is downhill! Between where I was standing and the back corner of the matting in the distance is probably a five foot elevation change.

This is actually our third greenhouse to go with one we brought with (that has cherry tomatoes and mini cucumbers every year) and the old conservatory the previous owners moved down when they replaced it (which is a staging area plus grape vine, salad leaves and forced strawberries).

We bought it for chillies but I deliberately stopped growing them because of my anxiety and depression, there's so much else we need to do I can't stress about growing and preserving chillies as well!

So I don't know what will go in it. But importantly it won't be taking up half the garage floor anymore.


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Wow. Would love to see pictures of your garden as a whole. It sounds incredible! Our garden does slope, though maybe not to the same degree (literally) as yours. There’s a steady incline the further you move from the house, so it’d take at least a little levelling, I think. Ive been waiting about a month for Russell to level a table, so I doubt we’d ever make it to levelling for a greenhouse.

I’ve just taken my chillies (and sweet and bell) peppers outside. Checked in the tadpoles. One looks like he didn’t make it but there are plenty of others swimming around. Also, looking more closely our pond is FULL of newts. I just counted about eight, and that’s with a LOT of pond plants.

Found these babies in the last few hours, too. First tomatoes and first pea pods.


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Our garden is an embarrassing mess :)

Newts will eat tadpoles, though they ones you've been given look like almost-frogs so they might be ok.


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They are. The tadpoles all look to be having a decent time and are about twice the size of the newts’ heads, so I hope they’ll not bother them. Eek...

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The combination of a really wet few weeks plus the current heatwave mean that I'm constantly checking my photos to reassure myself that the large, flourishing plants in my octagonal planter of awesome are the same ones I stuck in there a couple months ago. One has even dared to flower!


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Had the border done. My little garden is getting there.

Quite a few bits are growing in my veg patch.

Still need a new shed but will wait for later in the year.


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It’s getting very colourful. Just a shame my neighbours are trying to have a bonfire/bbq.

I think it’s the latter but hard to tell.


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I love your stepping stones and that bright parasol is great.

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We were given a garden vacuum and Russell used it today to clear away all of the small bits of wood and bark after he and my ma’s husband chainsaws a huge 80cm diameter tree trunk to lumps yesterday. Anyway, the garden vacuum shreds everything to a fine mulch whilst it’s vacuuming. How cool is that?

It’s very loud though. As in, there are quieter jet planes.

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Thanks. The previous equally bright pink one had faded really badly so Helen treated herself.


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I’ve had 18 lovely lettuces grow, which I’ve been harvesting whole when we need them. These are Little Gem lettuces.


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Thanks! Yep, they’re the first proper crop, though the tomatoes, peas and these Juicy Bois are following close behind.


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Turns out the wall needs to be 3 blocks tall in one corner but it was still only a 1 block dig. Really not far off erection time!


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Here are a couple of photos of less awful bits, since Mimi asked.


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Heh.

I'm probably in the mood to share but those are they bits I can get from where I'm sat relaxing post-building, pre-bbq'ing :D


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Looks amazing, Bik. I’ve seen smaller NT gardens! :D

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I'm always embarrassed to say (but I'm drunk and a load of meat is just about cooked so I'm excited), but land was what we wanted when we moved to the Midlands so we focused on it, there's about half an acre.

And it's spent 4 years getting away from us, but we're starting to get there, mostly because Helen's rewilding ideas are turning into plans.


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