Willow hey Project: A pictorial update

Our Tomatoes in the greenhouse, ripening up because of the Indian summer of the last fortnight

Our Tomatoes in the greenhouse, ripening up because of the Indian summer of the last fortnight

Some beetroot we cropped from the site which will be given to people on the local estate.

Some beetroot we cropped from the site which will be given to people on the local estate.

Landrover Dave with our greenhouse bench that he had repaired.

Landrover Dave with our greenhouse bench that he had repaired.

We cleared one of side of this greenhouse and bought the growing area back to life ready for overwintering broad beans next week.

We cleared one side of this greenhouse and bought the growing area back to life ready for overwintering broad beans next week, the broad bean seeds are under glass to protect them from grey Squirrels.

Mint Rhizomes ready to split up and planted on for next year.

Mint Rhizomes ready to split up and plant on for next year.

Mint Rhizomes planted in compost and lined up in the greenhouse.

Mint Rhizomes planted in compost and lined up on the greenhouse shelf.

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