Kitchen Garden


Last month I introduced you to our ‘forever’ plot, a 600 square metre strip of land that had slipped back into the hands of Mother Nature. It wasn’t the prospect of getting a 50% discount next year for taking on an overgrown plot that attracted us, more the open aspect, free-draining soil, closeness to home and tall hedges that lend shelter and privacy. Now we are into serious ground preparation.


There’s only one thing better than having a friend with a truck and that is having one who has a truck and a mini digger. This type of kit

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