Sunday, January 16, 2005

Cabbages Flourishing in Sept 1998

Today's are tiny compared to these beauties! Posted by Hello


Blogger Beryl said...

Hi Mike

I was very interested to see your allotment. You are obviously in the enviable position of being surrounded by fencing etc. and being quite secluded. Do you have any problems with vandals? Your photos are very good I shall look forward to seeing more of those whopping cabbages. I shall also be interested to see if you can solve the bindweed problem with the black covering. One as far as I am aware nobody has conquered it yet other than with the use of glysophate weed killer. I am pleased you have found my web site useful. I shall add a link to your blog diary if that is OK.
Best Wishes for the coming season.
Regards Beryl.

Tuesday, 18 January, 2005  
Blogger Mike said...

Hi Beryl,
Thanks for your comments, I would be very pleased for you to put a link from your site to my diary.
Please don't tempt me into using weedkiller as my allotment is organic! The thing about the black plastic is it does slow the convolvulus down a bit. I break the stems at the bottom when I notice them and though we always do get some bindweed in the raspberries it doesn't completely take over. It is a bit of a nuisance though.

All the best,


Tuesday, 18 January, 2005  

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