Fun on the allotment.

I'm a student, chef, gardner, photographer and general procrastinator. On the 5th November 2011 I inherited an old battered allotmentand started this blog so people can watch as I work and play to make it my dream larder.
Tomato’s:

Got my pots full of manure warming the soil on my windowsill. Ready for when my seeds arrive on Monday or Tuesday. 

I’ve gone for a small Russian bush type called ‘Micron.’ As they’ll be planted outside I’m hoping the small size and Siberian heritage will mean I still get a decent crop (even if I do live up in the north!). They come in a mix of red and yellow, so I’ll still have some good variety. 

If I have time I’ll build a frame to go over them with cling film (celowrao) for some extra heat, but we’ll see …

Tomato’s:

Got my pots full of manure warming the soil on my windowsill. Ready for when my seeds arrive on Monday or Tuesday.

I’ve gone for a small Russian bush type called ‘Micron.’ As they’ll be planted outside I’m hoping the small size and Siberian heritage will mean I still get a decent crop (even if I do live up in the north!). They come in a mix of red and yellow, so I’ll still have some good variety.

If I have time I’ll build a frame to go over them with cling film (celowrao) for some extra heat, but we’ll see …