The Garden in Late May

It is a busy time in the garden right now as the May weather has provided perfect growing conditions.

Kim is busy looking after the perennial and shrub beds and preparing summer bedding for later displays…

My job is the vegetable plot where I am growing potatoes, beans and peas, tomatoes, onions and courgettes.  All coming along very nicely indeed.

After a couple of hours labour each day, it is time to sit back and enjoy…

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30 responses to “The Garden in Late May

  1. Is this a new you? Or are you getting too old to travel? I’m a vegetable person your plot looks like it will develop well.
    Congrats.

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  2. Self sufficiency! And beautiful colour.

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  3. Alas!! For a moment there, I thought you had Bill and Ben at the bottom of your garden.

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  4. Brilliant! I miss my veg. patch. I always let the flowers look after themselves in favour of encouraging stuff for the dinner plate.

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  5. Glad to see you’ve roped in the grandkids. Garden looks lovely and a testament to your hard work.

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  6. Gorgeous, and I love your red patio set. Must be a lovely place to sit and relax.

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  7. Your garden looks fabulous as does your lovely wife. Life is good when you have a garden to enjoy.

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  8. Looking blooming marvellous Andrew. I can’t believe you have such a wonderful veg plot when you are constantly gallivanting. May has certainly forced everything into action.

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  9. Super garden Andrew. Are you sure these weren’t taken at Chelsea Flower Show last week! You should do the ‘Your Garden’ slot on Gardener’s World.

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  10. A very good looking veg plot.

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  11. Nice to have your own vegetable garden … but I like the glass of wine more 😉.

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