spring vegetables

We’re just back from a couple of weeks or so away from home, a good visit to the folk in Grimsby, and then a lovely few days up in Northumberland – all of it very enjoyable, saving perhaps the eight hour drive home.

So I expect I’ll be posting more nonsense on the blog before too long, it’s my writing day today, so I’ve been hard at work this morning, apart from a trip to get some bike paniers – and that’s paniers, not paneers… the latter is a kind of cottage cheese stuff.

Anyway, what with spring being very much in the air once more, and thoughts turning to gardens, this interesting article from George Monbiot may serve as inspiration to many of us who dont quite manage to grow as many vegetables as we’d like to.  I’m a little distressed by his assertion that anything within ten feet of a compost heap will get eaten by slugs – for definite, no question… seeing as that is nearly my whole garden…

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