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my plot

Blogs all about individual allotment plots. What do you grow/do on yours.

When you meet a guy named Dragon on the internet, you just have to sneak a peek at his plot. So I took my trusted cameraman and myself off to A huge allotment site in London SW20. So what was I going to find? A gardener, who isn't allowed a Facebook page, because Dragon can't be his real name (sigh smiley) The plot is divided in two separated by a main road. The larger side houses the shop, toilet and other facilities including bees and has over 100 plots. Dragon's side is smaller and has some lovely trees in blossom breaking up the space.There are quaintly named sign posts around the site so you don't get lost My host was busying himself with making some stacking beds, which he will blog about on his own blog but we can have a sneak preview thanks to the wonders of the Ipad Simply...
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 When Michael was looking for an allotment, the council offered him the rubbish tip as a plot.  The other allotment holders said it was to far gone. The council wanted cut the plot up in to 10 very small plots but when people came and looked at the amount of work involved no one was daft enough to do all that work  Looks a bit barren   Get weeding, we've all had to start somewhere  The pallets and a little helper arrive  Looks like Michael has put a little seat in the middle of the plot to sit on and plan his beds   Better save these, they might be useful for something   Looks like there's still some way to go Hmm, is this South facing?  Has he actually started yet? What a mess, but at least we can see the church now after all that chopping He got 1 years free rent...
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