|Today we had only the afternoon. The weather was foul|
|We stayed indoors looking at gardening books and drinking lots of tea|
Today we had visitors from Bzzzz Garage, Laura Rachel and Alex,
They are looking for community spaces to plant fruit trees
|meanwhile the group keep on working|
|No it is not from the shop it is our harvest grown here|
|love care and tender looking after our baby plants and killing slugs|
|the never ending job of weeding|
|make you think|
|Can you spot our little friend?|
|Cutting the tape. |
Not some grand opening, just training the tomatoes.
|Yellow raspberries, ripe & sweet|
|This was Ryan's last day and Sheila's last day as a volunteer.|
A good excuse for a barbecue.
|Meanwhile, someone has to keep on weeding|
|The top bed|
|Back to work creating a new raised bed|
|hard work but finished in an hour|
|ready for some brassica seedlings|
|safe from the pigeons and slugs.|
|What should we do?|
|Compost bin being turned upside down. Good result look out for the worms|
|Amazing! more potatoes to be pulled out|
|Collecting manure for the plot|
|This is royal mews manure - lot of straw....|
|A big tomato reddening under the camera|
|Weed free it would be|
|No weeds left and lets enjoy the sun while it lasts|
|The bed after a good dig and weed free|
The sky was menacing we rushed to the community room, just in time to avoid the rain.
| Sorry, we have not introduced our special volunteer student, Welcome and Thank you Ryan for your hard work.|
Last week some members of the group talked about dominoes, and ...
out they came with coffee and biscuits
|A serious business|
|The winner would get to share ...|
Actually the winner, Ryan, left empty ended.
We shared our harvest with the food bank.
|Another hot day, waiting for more to come|
|Thirsty plants. Thirsty people|
|Sheila's strimmer frenzy|
|After the strimmer|
|Jogging cucumber in flower|
|Some early produce|
|Gardening can be hard work|