Kitchen Garden

TINY PLOT WITH BIG IDEAS

Do you tend your plot on your own?

I predominantly tend to my plot on my own; however, my partner will help me with tasks like weeding, sowing and labelling. Also, she helps to decide what to grow next season. But the best thing my partner does is to help me relax and enjoy it.

Do you have an allotment or veg plot in your

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