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George the Pigman
February 19, 2024, 19:52:23 by George the Pigman
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I am thinking of getting a small very light cordless tiller to do my 8ft by 4ft raised beds. Really just breaking up the soil for planting and sowing etc. Has anyone any recommendations. I was thinking of getting an extra battery with it.
February 06, 2024, 08:57:31 by ACE
Views: 2677 | Comments: 5

We went along with the druids to 'wake up mother earth' should have done the trick and now we can get on with the growing.
February 06, 2024, 08:44:58 by ACE
Views: 1099 | Comments: 3

Since giving up the plot I am using my garden, cannot use it all so just a few rows of raised beds, alright for small veggies but need more room for squash etc. I have a few potato bags but then I remembered the black buckets, for those not in the know most supermarkets have loads of these for their cut flowers and some even give them to you free. I paid for mine a quid for 20 buckets. Get down to the shops and fill yer boots.
February 05, 2024, 13:15:07 by gray1720 | Views: 2217 | Comments: 7

Once again, they should be up and flowering, and my winter aconites have gone. They grow wild round here, as far as I know the soil is little different, so why does every one I put in cark it?
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