Come for a walk around our June garden

Well it definitely feels like summer is here, well it did until a couple of days ago and it basically hasn’t stopped raining (and thunderstorms) since. But you know, it was lovely until then.

So come for a wee wander around the garden with me and let’s see how those tiny little petunia seeds have turned out for the hanging baskets and of course the tomatoes, strawberries, courgettes and herbs. We are just hitting the season of harvest, so current kitchen garden level is sick of strawberries 🙂

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  1. Thanks Eli.
    Love my Quadgrows, but the salad one not so much, so I was interested to see that you’d modified yours. Could you clarify just how many pots and what sizes again please?
    I thought Kate’s frame was amazing 🙂

  2. That frame is the simplest thing but works a treat.

    Yeah, I’ve had a love hate relationship with the quadgrow plus. I think it’s mostly a good idea just a few things aren’t right for me.

    The pots are just the standard 4 quadgrow pots that came with it and 4 chilligrow pots which are the smaller ones in the centre. Again just using what I had to hand.

    It may change again next year, who knows, but that’s the fun 🙂

  3. I’ve been thinking about how to make more use of the greenhouse in the winter, so am going to have a go with perpetual spinach, lamb’s lettuce, garlic and land cress in the quadgrows. It’s worth a try!

  4. always worth a try 🙂

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