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 2011 in the garden

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PostSubject: 2011 in the garden   Sun 23 Jan 2011, 05:26

Okay well its a new year and that means new veggies to grow.

My potatoes and shallots have turned up already.

I'm growing

Yukon gold potatoes - 20 tubers

Mayan gold potatoes - 5 tubers

Golden gourmet shallots

Pikant shallots

Alo lots of veggie and salad seeds

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PostSubject: Re: 2011 in the garden   Thu 30 Jun 2011, 23:08

Well due to all the bad weather we've had in Scotland most of my veggies are not doing very well.

The only things that seem be growing are salad leaves, potatoes and shallots. Hopefully my tomatoes will do okay in the greenhouse.
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PostSubject: Re: 2011 in the garden   Thu 01 Sep 2011, 22:50

Okay another update. My tomatoes are suffering, I'm getting small harvests but nowhere as good as last year.

My potatoes have all been lifted and I've stored the ones that I could. I should have watered them more, which seems weird the amount of rain we had. The spuds had a lot of scab on them which is caused by irregular watering.

The runner beans, french beans and broad beans have pretty much been a failure.

Carrots haven't been doing very well either. The previous 2 years I had pretty good crops, I was eating them raw.

Sugar snap peas again not done very well.

Sweetcorn is very stunted looking only grew to about 4 foot. It does have some sweetcorn on it but unless we get some good weather this month then I'm not expecting too much.

The weather hasn't gone about 18 for most of the summer. The only really nice weather we had was in April.

Next year hopefully will be better.
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