The plants themselves are obviously thriving as we have seen new growth on them already.
I have tamed the flower bed on the right hand side.
I started on the left hand side. Got just over half way before it was time call it a day.
In the process we had an opportunity to enjoy these beauties:
As we were digging we noticed this guy watching us intently. He was true to his nature and came within a foot of where we were working, picking up grubs and small worms as we unearthed them.
We are trying to be as organic as possible and whilst our TomTato is a little unusual, it is hand grafted not genetically modified, so it kind of fits. We picked ours up at a garden centre for £1 as a struggling plant that had been damaged. Since then it has nearly doubled in height and is starting to flower. If you would like more information http://www.thompson-morgan.com/vegetables/vegetable-plants/all-vegetable-plants/tomtato/t47176TM
keeping these pair off the bed whilst letting them have the freedom they need to run.
At the plot...
Looking at the weather forecast going to be mid week before can get too much done outside. Perfect time for Mark to get the rotavator stripped whilst I re-pot and tidy in the green house. ;)
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