When I first started working on the allotment I had just one half of a plot. I thought that it would be enough. Little did I know that I will have so much land in the end.
This was the first bit of land – without any structures on it and rather overgrown!
The chairman just mentioned that the person who had the other half of my plot doesn’t want to work it any more and would I like it. I didn’t need any time to think about it because I realised that just a half is nowhere near enough for my plans.
Every plot needs a shed – mine was made for me by one of the other allotmenters – out of pallets – talk about recycling!
First if was one more half then a bit more and end is that now I have two full plots and three separate halves. I have the luxury now of growing flowers!
I have finished puling the weeds, cutting the path edges, building the structures for growing beans and climbing courgettes and now all I have to do is wait. I even had time to put a huge flowerpot over one rhubarb crown to force it so we can look forward to some very tasty pink rhubarb later on…..