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Peas are my favourite

BouncyBurst is talking about growing Peas from Canterbury

I've decided I don't like kale so much any more. I really really like peas so we planted some and now they're growing. It's so exciting to see them emerge.

Read on | comments | Posted at 10:10am on 14th October 2018

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Cats and gardening

BouncyBurst is talking about growing Carrot from Canterbury

I planted carrot seeds a few weeks ago, using some seeds, and some seed tape we also had. Our cat liked my freshly dug soil for digging holes! The seed tape got dug up after a while. I had to plant more rows of seeds, and mum helped me plan and...

Read on | comments | Posted at 10:10am on 14th October 2018

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KIDS MINI CHALLENGE FOUR

BouncyBurst is talking about growing Carrot from Canterbury

We used ice block sticks as row lavels. It helps me practice my hand writing doing something interesting to me.

Read on | comments | Posted at 10:10am on 14th October 2018

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Mono culture , Oh no I think not

The Butler duo is talking about growing Sweetcorn, Tomato, Something else from Canterbury

My need and interest in growing loads of things not just veges has me saying no way to growing just one thing , I read an article yesterday that had a great analogy .

Planting all the same thing in one place is like leaving all your sil...

Read on | comments | Posted at 08:10am on 13th October 2018

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Bug watch and time for hanging things .

The Butler duo is talking about growing Cabbage, Cucumber, Tomato, Something else from Canterbury

This morning I spotted my first white fly in the tunnel house , I sqaushed it but am now on high alert , I changed things around in the tunel house as I get ready to harden everything off before the big plant out .

As a way to begin the...

Read on | comments | Posted at 15:10pm on 11th October 2018

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