Friday, 22 June 2018

The Net Tunnel - June 2018



The Net Tunnel June 2018

Fully planted.



To the left from front to back -

Baby trees in pots (just visible)

Red Onions

In tyres - Courgette/Leeks/Carrots

In front of tyres - Two Aricula Primulas

Courgette

Two Cucumber plants

In front of courgette and cucumbers - Lavender (Hidcote)

Strawberry Bed



To the right from front to back -

Pots and tubs of Potatoes

Ox -Eye Daises

Turnips

White Onions

Leeks



 In the centre -

Bath containing Carrots

3 Blueberry Bushes



To the left of the front doors -

Tyres containing a Courgette plant

... with a supervisory Pug looking on


To the right of the doors -

Tyres containing two Cucumber plants



Opposite both Tunnels - 

Red Currant bushes



Sue xx


27 comments:

  1. Looking good Sue. We past your place several times 2 weeks ago and noticed how good everything was looking.
    Kim & David in Birmingham

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  2. Looks fantastic Sue and love the bathtub planter.

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  3. So much wonderful food there. It looks great, thanks for the update.

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  4. I too like the carrot bath - we can't grow carrots as our loam soil is too heavy - I tried once and only had one carrot that we could eat - had to share it amongst the four of us too! The 'bath' method might work - shame the insurance company put ours in the skip when we had the flood at the cottage!.
    Nice to see how you are getting along though...miss you.

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    1. Oooh what a waste, I would have hoicked it right back out again.

      They are easy to pick up though, ask a friendly plumber who's putting in a new bathroom for somebody ... that's what we did and now I've got three 😊

      I've also got a planted up toilet from when Alan changed ours 🤣

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  5. Looks fantastic and all the hard work will pay off when you get to eat all the lovely fresh food xx

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  6. Boy, have you been busy! Looking good!
    KJ

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  7. Just can't stop yourself can you!

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    1. This was meant just as a record for us ... I didn't think anyone would notice 🤣🤣

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  8. So thrilled to see this post, it's just made my day. You have been working so hard, all looking lovely, nothing better than home grown veg & fruit. Thank you so much for posting.

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  9. It all looks so wonderful! You will enjoy many delicious and healthy meals from this. How good it is to see you and a little peak at Suky too! I've missed you and your lovely pets.

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  10. God to see you are still working your magic.

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  11. So happy to see your blog pop up !
    Everything looks so happy.

    cheers, parsnip

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  12. Looks all very well thought out. I like the bath. I have an antique claw foot tub I could do something similar.

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    1. That would look amazing ... mine is propped up with two lengths of wood!!

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  13. It all looks so healthy and thriving. It must be the pug supervision :)

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  14. Glad to see you. I really miss your writing.

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  15. An amazing transformation from when you first posted photos of your new place in Wales.
    So glad to see this year's planting.
    What are your small trees?
    Take care, Sue xx

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    1. The baby trees, if that's the ones you mean, are Oak and Ash. We find little seedlings sprouting where squirrels have left a stash of nuts or seeds buried and forgotten about them, we transplant them into pots ready to replenish our woodland.

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    2. Thanks Sue, that answers my question.
      Did you really think you could get away with no one noticing a post?
      Every so often, about once a week, I look hopefully in case you've relented and started blogging again.
      Sue.

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  16. It's all looking good. Your hard work is paying off :-) xxx

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  17. Nice work! Very well done indeed

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  18. What a pleasure to see your blog pop up in Bloglovin, I stopped what I was doing to read. I also pass your lovely home from time to time and try to get a quick glance of the garden from the car but a view inside the net tunnel is a treat. Thanks for sharing

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  19. Gosh, you must be working very hard as it all looks so neat and tidy! Glad to see a post from you.

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  20. It looks so wonderful and summery, compared to the depth of winter here in Australia. It's lovely to see you posting again.

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