It isn’t a pretty sight...black tarp. My first instinct is to really dislike it. It’s an eyesore, it’s plastic (so not environmentally friendly), it has a habit of blowing away. Despite all this I have decided to utilise it on my veg plot and do an experiment with it. I have an area that has… Continue reading Black is the new Green
There has been lots happening down at the allotment recently. I haven’t blogged about it because I was hoping to do a 'big reveal', but whilst we were down there last week we found treasure! Green gold! It’s all very exciting. When I was weeding between the raspberries I noticed a spear of what look… Continue reading Green Gold
Bees are such fascinating, magical creatures. And they are vital to food production. These little insects help ensure plant pollination and travel from flower to flower beating their wings at 200 times per second! I was lucky enough to attend a talk by Brigit Strawbridge at my local town hall back in March this year.… Continue reading Buzz, buzz, buzz! I wonder why he does?