Tag: pumpkin patch

Pumpkin and Winter Squash Harvest 2020

All of the winter squash and pumpkins have been harvested and I’m pretty pleased with what I have grown. The butternut squash were a huge success this year, lovely big fruits and plenty of them. This is what I have left to use and store after giving some away to other plot holders. Every year

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Sunny September

Blue skies and warm sunshine continue to bless the allotment this month, ripening pumpkins and slowly crisping leaves. As summer begins to shift towards autumn the colour palette of my allotment changes daily, I’m enjoying the fine weather and peace while it’s here. The pumpkin patch is heaving, I’ve grown the biggest pumpkin yet and

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Pumpkin Patch Kids

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I’m pretty sure I already declared my undying love of growing pumpkins somewhere here, on this very blog. Just in case I missed this fact out about myself I’ll just say this….”My name is Karen and I’m addicted to growing pumpkins and winter squash”. Now that’s off my chest I’ll share what I’ve been getting

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Hot on the Plot

July has been mostly warm and dry, perhaps a little too warm at times to be on the allotment for long periods of time. This week has been very warm until today with Thursday breaking the record for the hottest July day. I thought I was going to melt. Furnace Thursday could even be on

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