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19 Mar 2021 5:47PM
Wow..they have covers...fancy!
clevercloggs Plus
17 251 15 Netherlands
19 Mar 2021 5:54PM
cheaply build...but can still resist a storm gust and lots of rain.
after a while the polythene rips and in a typical allotment fashion, the tear will be put back together with tape.
mrswoolybill Plus
14 2.9k 2457 United Kingdom
19 Mar 2021 5:54PM
Another happy man, tidily framed in his natural habitat. This is the outstanding series on EPZ at the moment.
clevercloggs Plus
17 251 15 Netherlands
19 Mar 2021 5:55PM
hi Moira, thank you for your User Award but even more for your remark. it is great encouragement.
chase Plus
16 2.2k 579 England
19 Mar 2021 5:55PM
I love this one, the chap looks so happy messing with his seeds and potting compost.
Very well exposed.
clevercloggs Plus
17 251 15 Netherlands
19 Mar 2021 6:02PM
Janet, he seemed really at ease in front of the camera. Something i took advantage of and ended up having a few good photos of him on his plot which i may upload in the near future.
thank you for your User award, it is appreciated.
suemart Plus
3 4 2 United Kingdom
19 Mar 2021 6:31PM
I'm struck by how tidy and cared for everything looks. Well captured.
19 Mar 2021 7:05PM
Very impressive - my brother and wife have a poly tunnel about this size. They live on a windy Yorkshire hillside, and itís idea for not just raising but growing many vegetables and fruit too; They have strawberries, lettuce, cucumber, marrows, anything that likes warmth and some sun. They had most of their own veg last year from this and the garden next to it,, this chap probably does too. Lovely to see.

Dave 🙂
clevercloggs Plus
17 251 15 Netherlands
19 Mar 2021 7:12PM
Dave, the capacity to churn out veggies on a small plot is astonishing. I heard of me guy who is able to provide for veggies for 6 families.. can't get more bio than that..
The only thing they all have to accept that each year they have the same veggies as each year he plants the same, following the season..
Daisymaye Plus
13 23 19 Canada
19 Mar 2021 7:33PM
I use my bathroom, with the heated floor. But this would free up some room in my bathroom.
cooky Plus
17 6 5 United Kingdom
19 Mar 2021 8:14PM
There is nothing that tastes as wonderful as real fresh veg. From soil to pot within a couple of hours. My Dad had a plot for years. I was his constant companion and have such lovely memories. I can understand your allotment friends, it is mind and body in total synch!
As Moira has already said, wonderful series Robert.

clevercloggs Plus
17 251 15 Netherlands
19 Mar 2021 10:27PM
Daisy, no heated floor in this makeshift greenhouse. Some people grow their seedlings in-house untill they are big enough. Only then will they put them outside.. So may be you will need keep some space in your bathroom a bit longer....

Kath, if you eat the vegetables or berries at the top of their season, at the top of their sweet spot, so you will.....then you experience what top chefs call local veggies in season are the best.. The taste then is of an other world. Outside that sweet spot, the veggies are incredibly fresh....afterall you take them from the soil straight to your kitchen in say 1 hour or at least under 1 day... no supermarket can beat that...
saltireblue Plus
11 12.2k 76 Norway
20 Mar 2021 7:19AM
Meet Mr. Light. He is standing at the end of his tunnel...
bliba Plus
15 2 Austria
20 Mar 2021 9:43AM
very well recorded
DaveU 15 1.4k 127 England
20 Mar 2021 2:31PM
Another fine addition to the series .... youíve got me convinced that monochrome is definitely the way to go .
clevercloggs Plus
17 251 15 Netherlands
20 Mar 2021 6:17PM
Dave, that would be a nice legacy to have, having convinced Dave that mono is the way to go.
Must admit, that only in the past few years I am able to produce half decent mono's.

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