23 thoughts on “October Y1: Monthly Tour (28)

    freckles2437

    (December 8, 2018 - 7:52 am)

    I love that you're recycling and repurposing as much stuff as possible, it's great to share the new allotment from the very beginning.😁 Jo

    Mike Hurdiss

    (December 8, 2018 - 7:52 am)

    The raised bench by the shed looks like a really useful addition with a nice view over the plot.
    Keep at it and you'll have everything ship shape for spring.
    All the best
    Mike😁👍

    Paul williamson

    (December 8, 2018 - 7:52 am)

    So many jobs to do so little time to do them with the frost and severe weather looming once again.Great to see you enjoying your allotment once again and your ideas of what might go where.Every plot has its own character.Time for a cuppa Tea Sean…Is there a green house allocated in your plans ready for next year or are you concentrating on the raised beds and using some as cold frames.

    Nick's Allotment Diary

    (December 8, 2018 - 7:52 am)

    Hi Sean. Nice look around the plot. You’re right it looks massive. Take care. Nick

    susan wood

    (December 8, 2018 - 7:52 am)

    it’s starting to take shape dear Sean. Well done x

    Mary Phillips

    (December 8, 2018 - 7:52 am)

    I agree with Jane, you definitely must keep the bench! I think the allotment is looking great. You've done really well, it's really coming together. Can't wait to see the end result… If there's ever an end result! There's always something else to do or change 😂 I think the fence is a good idea, brambles are a pain hahahaha

    laughter

    (December 8, 2018 - 7:52 am)

    Hi Sean. Your shed area is looking a treat! Good effort fella.
    I have a question, have you ever used chicken manure with your vegetables? If so how did you go about it?
    Have a great day, enjoy your new plot and keep the videos coming!

    Janette Lavender

    (December 8, 2018 - 7:52 am)

    You have come so far. Its looking great. I always use cardboard from recycle dumpsters for weed suppression. This has worked great over the years and the worms love it. You have inspired me to create a sitting area in my garden and now I have something to plan over winter! 😉

    The Early Kit Inn

    (December 8, 2018 - 7:52 am)

    Hey Sean! What happened to your second channel?

    Gareth Jones

    (December 8, 2018 - 7:52 am)

    Hi Sean
    Been in hospital today for testicular cancer surgery. No Gardening for me for at least 6-8 weeks.
    Your videos are my medicine at the moment, along with a nice cup of tea. Keep up the good work, and thank you

    Jean Mitchell

    (December 8, 2018 - 7:52 am)

    Sean you have gotten quite a bit done on the allotment. Really like your shed area. I wish there were 4 of you to get it all done more quickly, lol!!! I love seeing the progress you have made with that huge area. Thanks for the tour. 🙂

    Saadon Aksah

    (December 8, 2018 - 7:52 am)

    Wow! Looking good for the plot!

    Dave Adlem

    (December 8, 2018 - 7:52 am)

    I know you have probably been asked before but in the site private or council??.

    Nebraska Dave

    (December 8, 2018 - 7:52 am)

    Sean, things are starting to come together. You have some really good plans for the allotments. Weed control has been the greatest demand for me this year as well. I'm covering my beds as I reclaim them from the massive weed growth of the summer with tarps. Our Fall weather here in Nebraska is all over the board. We had freezing temperatures, snow, and now quite pleasant temperatures to be working outside. I'm trying to take advantage of the nice weather to continue garden and yard cleanup. I finally got my potatoes harvested but was a little disappointed. The potatoes were really good but just not many of them this year. I planted maybe five pounds and harvested only 10 pounds back. Last year I got probably five times that amount from the same five pounds.

    You mentioned earlier in the year about moving house again. Is that still the plan?

    Have a great day on the allotment.

    Nebraska Dave

    Jane Kelly

    (December 8, 2018 - 7:52 am)

    Oh now you've got to keep that bench. Think about having it at the other end of the plot so you have a different view – and another excuse to sit down!

    Gail Thomas

    (December 8, 2018 - 7:52 am)

    Hi Sean great up date , you av been busy , wow allotment looks massive, look forward to the next video ; )

    Mary McAndrew

    (December 8, 2018 - 7:52 am)

    Looks like you've had the same weather we had up in Northumberland. It's gotten so cold too, we've had sleet and hail that stuck in shady areas! Winter is coming!

    Robbie G

    (December 8, 2018 - 7:52 am)

    As a result of Sean,s channel I have started growing my own fruit and veg. Question if you grow fruit and veg in your garden will they attract mice or rats?

    Linda penney

    (December 8, 2018 - 7:52 am)

    Awesome update blessings in sharing

    Nan Ma Helen

    (December 8, 2018 - 7:52 am)

    Nice update Sean.Loving the Walton family in your shed.The potting and sitting area will be so lovely under a pergola especially if you train your grapevine over it.Things may be taking time but when you look back to this time in 12 months you will be amazed at how much has changed.All your hard work will show in the long term.

    Nic's Allotment

    (December 8, 2018 - 7:52 am)

    The allotment is taking shape now Sean. The black plastic sheets will do a good job on the weeds . All the best Nic

    Deana Rogers

    (December 8, 2018 - 7:52 am)

    Sean, the Allotment is looking really good. Why not use the old rotting log in your compost and let it compost down instead of throwing it out? I have seen some people use them in their hugulculture gardens. Or like the one poster suggested… Using it in your blue barrel.

    MuddyBootz

    (December 8, 2018 - 7:52 am)

    The black sheeting will help so much in getting the area workable more quickly. A worker on our site “Rose” hates brambles etc…she wipes them out in no time 👍🏻

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