Tied up in knots on the plot, tweakin’ the wigwams for our future ungrowns in the last few weeks of winter, really does work for us right now.
T’is the last weekend in February and would you believe it. Seems like we’re gettin’ somewhere, casually as ever, with no fuss, no stress and no meither.
Three balls of string, a clove hitch knot and we’ll be good to grow up our wigwams, sometime whenever, come the next full moon in March.
Tied Up In Knots On The Plot
Time to get strung out with the 6 wigwams on our 2nd plot.
Works for us to create an opening at the front of our wigwams. Makes life easier in me head, when it comes to weeding our peas, beans or whatever.
Three wigwams tied up and we’re on a roll down on the plot.
Turns out, that a ball of sting, covers one and a bit of our wigwams. Leaving us just one wigwam left to sort out sometime sooner than later.
As the sky’s not crying, seemed like a plan in me head to tidy up the boys chill out space. Tweaks always a given on that one, as we do what we do.
Random as we like, minutes after mentioning we’d be looking for pieces of recycled guttering to use on our pallet. As if by magic, we’re already sorted.
Still a work in progress space for the now and we both know that’s always the case down on the allotment. Never stop learning #growingwiththeflow.
We’ll be using the recycled guttering we’ve just acquired, in between the gaps of the pallet to hopefully grow more than a few strawberries.
Will be digging up these strawberries soon and planting in the pallet.
Seems like our year old bay is enjoying the Salford weather.
Recycled blueberries showing signs of life, in our year old fruit section.
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Tarragon on the grow in our recycled sink on the the 2nd plot.
Good to grow on our #homegrownfoodbank come the full moon in March.