Before we started planting I marked out each section with string as per the planting plan (see blog with pic here) and then labeled each section of the polytunnel with a sign hanging from the support battens so we can easily see at eye level where everything is. We then planted out all our seedlings…… Continue reading They grow up so fast….
Getting to this stage…. Our lovely little plot was previously just a grassy patch of unused land tucked away on a Norfolk farm. This is wonderful for the nutrient levels in the soil as it has never been intensively farmed and grass doesn’t take much from the soil if simply left alone. After ploughing and…… Continue reading Muck in and around
As you may have seen from our previous posts the construction of the polytunnel has taken a while (due to some terribly wet weather), so when we finally had a dry spell it was all hands on deck! Many thanks to Theo’s parents Hugh and Alison, and to Rodney who we couldn’t have done it without. Getting the…… Continue reading Tunnel Vision