As promised I will tell you what I have been up to this will take the form of Two posts over the next couple of days, and I will let the pictures tell their own story.
The flag stones were dug up from near the shed and moved to form the base.
We were lucky enough to buy a second hand greenhouse recently, it had a few panes of glass missing.. but it was a great bargain not to be missed.
Both Hubby and I erected the frame.. The sides are up!
Roof now on and some panes of glass are in on the roof
Hooks placed between flag stones to help secure frame
I now have 3 trays such as this ripening in the greenhouse. These tomatoes were grown outdoors among the veggies, and as its going colder would not finish ripening without help .. Looks like chutney is on the menu 🙂
The Greenhouse complete the roof window in, with glass and sheets of hard plastic which hubby cut to size to fill in the 5 panes which were missing. Also we added a water barrel.. Tomatoes are ripening in trays at the bottom. These were just grown in the allotment and there will be lots for Chutney I think 🙂 You can see Hubby put a fence panel up behind the greenhouse.. This is because the shared path has an almost 1 and a Half foot drop onto our allotment side and if you were to slip!!? So Health and Safety first!..
Long view of the allotments looking back on my hoeing weeds all morning.. The greenhouse can now be seen a third of the way down on the right .
The Dwarf beans the seeds are drying out for next years planting on these that are left over Also Red Cabbage
The allotments are looking bare, in the foreground are my wallflowers which are for my home garden. I just hoed through this.. Isn’t it weed free! 🙂
The last of sweetpeas I saved a lot of the seeds, before dismantling and composting
Happy Gardening to you All
Have a wonderful Week