28 thoughts on “Jolly Good Year At The Allotment”
All that green looks delicious right now, up here in the snowbound, sub-zero northland. I could even eat the bugs, I think.
Yep. Even the bugs look juicy, Ron 🙂
Can’t disagree. You definitely have green fingers (and cabbages and kale and beans and peas and ….)
All the best for 2018!!
Many thanks, Jude, and all the best to you and yours.
Good to see! Here’s to more green fingered success in 2018!
I’ll drink to that. Carrot juice of course!
Yeeks! I shall have a drop of the real stuff
I was lying…
That’s OK, then!!
How lovely to see all these beautiful photos of summer’s bounty on a cold, wintry day. It offers hope that summer will, indeed, return.
Those were my thoughts exactly, Donna 🙂
Ah the beauty of growth. It makes a lovely change from the ice and snow. And it’s snowing. Again.
You seem to be having a whole load it. Shropshire seems to have switched to spring. Nice not to be too cold, but weird nonetheless.
Surely was! Shame we don’t live nearer or we could help you scoff it 🙂 🙂 Cheery-bye till 2018!
🙂 Am happy to share too 🙂
It all looks good enough to eat and I’m sure it was.
Oh yes it was, thanks. And we’re still eating!
‘For she’s a jolly good gard’ner, for she’s a jolly good gard’ner, and so say all of us!” 🙂
Am doing a very deep bow – at least as far as the knees will permit that is. Thank you, Ann.
What an amazing place your allotment is Tish, I have gardener envy at all that healthy produce, but I know that a great deal of time and work has gone into the production of it all. Here’s best wishes that the weather gods are kind to you during 2018 and the bugs and beetles keep their distance.
Those are fine wishes, Pauline. Thank you. All the very best with all your doings and growing projects.
I’m sure those pumpkins will be appearing in a post now and again.
Oh, jolly good. I shall look forward to tracking progress 🙂
Oh you’re making me feel hungry (not that it takes much to do that!)
That looks like a great year’s work, and I wish you much fertility and growth for 2018! Happy New Year Tish
What would we do without our gardens, the true sanatoriums, spas, retreat centers, and Nature’s therapy rooms?! Lots of healthy looking produce here, Tish.
You picked up my ‘unspoken’ drift with this post, Annette. It’s the reason why I chose to air this set of photos. Everyone needs access to a garden 🙂