Category Archives: vegetables

There’s a worm at the bottom of the garden

There are lots of worms at the bottom of our garden. We also have Darleks.   Today we checked out what the D & D Partnership had yielded – take a look at this beautiful stuff… Three years in the making… and look … Continue reading

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A Eulogy – Part I

Wind’s Up.  It will do that.  Everything is blowing away. Washing on the line.  Abandoned garden toys. Empty flowerpots . General Garden detritus. The contents of our Steptoe yard that are supposedly destined for the corpy tip/recycling centre. What hasn’t blown … Continue reading

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Tomato Bothering

  I’ve been on the slop.  Making Chutney.  I’ve been at the Squirters.  Bothering them.  I picked many and they all went into the pot. I did a few things and they turned into chutney. The chutney went into the pots.   The … Continue reading

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Do you prefer a Squirter or a Lurker ?

These are squirters: These are Lurkers : Which do you prefer? The Squirters live in The Greenhouse.  They are communal dwellers under glass. They have many children.  They are visited by all and sundry , 24/7.   The Moth , The Bees , … Continue reading

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