Monday, 21 December 2009

It's 'Snow' go on the allotment!!

Well I did manage to get to the allotment over the weekend but only stayed long enough to snap a few pics. Nothing much is happening with the freezing conditions and the snow that is falling on a daily basis...on the bright was the shortest day so things can only get brighter from
here on out!!!

garlicbroad beans

broad beansfox printsrunner beans

allotments in snow
As you can see I'm a bit rubbish at arranging photos but in these pics you can see Kate's broad beans and my garlic doing very well. I also took an overall shot of the plot and one of the fox tracks and another of my poor dead runner beans which I never did manage to get down before the winter......I will get around to it as soon as the snow is gone!!


  1. Ahh, the snow! Your Garlic is looking good, mines is coming along too. I saw a rabbit eyeing it up a couple of days ago but he decided it wasn't for him. Phew!

  2. I rather like the way you arranged your pictures. I had no idea that garlic would grow in the winter. Shows how much I know about growing things. Maybe I should give it a try, my husband likes to use garlic when he cooks and the stuff we get at the grocery store is never very good.

  3. You did a good job arranging the pictures. Being a nature lover, my favorite is the one with the fox tracks.

  4. Welcome to the world of white! At least yours should go away quickly.

  5. Lol! The veggies reminded me of ice cold salad! Hope they prevail through winter :)

  6. It looks very festive with all the snow around. Happy Christmas Tanya and all the best for 2010.

  7. Love the way you arranged the photos - it's like a snow mosaic. Very beautiful. Happy Holidays to you!

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