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this is my allotment when  i got it last year .just thought i'd share a few photo's of how me and the mrs have done to the place . what do you think

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  • SalinoSalino Posts: 1,609

    ..a quite marvellous job... and that shed and seating area.... well, I wouldn't want to leave..

  • bazabaza Posts: 606

    its a heat trap in the summer i have drag myself away to go home . thanks for the compliment salino

  • bazabaza Posts: 606

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    a few more photos

  • SalinoSalino Posts: 1,609

    ..it seems like an extension of one's garden really and I like that very much, with the fencing, barbecue...flowers and greenhouse....  setting it up must have cost a bit I suppose, and wonder how long this has taken you to get to this stage...?

    ..nice rainbow..

  • bazabaza Posts: 606

    Salino ive been very lucky everything you see apart from the BBQ i was given. all the fencing was made from pallets and so was the decking . the greenhouse i got off my late aunt,sheds i was given . can't wait for next season, as this year everything we planted was guess work but i was pleased at what we got, next season i have a better idea of what im going to grow and how to grow it.

    thanks

    baza

  • ClaringtonClarington Posts: 4,949

    Oh wow that's quite some allotment!  I've always thought of lotties as very small areas full of beds and planks of wood to act as a path - you're certainly crushing that concept! 

  • bazabaza Posts: 606

    Hi Clarington thats exactly what i thought of allotments . but when i got this i decided to make it for all my family to enjoy . best thing i've done.

    thanks

    baza

  • very good!

  • Busy-LizzieBusy-Lizzie Posts: 13,858

    Well done baza, what a difference, looks great.

    Dordogne and Norfolk
  • Daryl2Daryl2 Posts: 452
    Excellent work. You should be proud! What do your allotment neighbours think of your improvements?
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