Saturday, June 10, 2006

Saturday 10th June - Back from Bali

Have just arrived back after 27 hours of travelling from Bali via Hong Kong. Called up the plot expecting everything to be dead and was amazed to find everything thriving having been watered by the in-laws. Even the radishes have grown without my tender loving care. Will get up there with Mel on Sunday and see what else has been going on... I have added a fork so that you can see the gigantic scale of this King Kong of radishes.

4 comments:

Petunia's Gardener said...

Welcome back! Our radishes are done now and the last several were brown inside, probably from a pest. Not sure. So back from a nice trip to a thriving garden and giant radishes - enjoy!

Plot 32 said...

Hello Allotment No 21. I've just taken a plot (at the wrong time of the year!) and, inspired by your efforts, I've created my own Blog. Would you like to link to mine and, assuming I can work out how, I will link to yours?!
My Blog address is wwwplot32.blogspot.com
If you think it's hopelessly dull please feel free to delete this comment - I'm certainly no expert but I hope to pick up some tips that I can pass on and hopefully give people a chuckle now and again ..

Allotment No 21 said...

Hi Both,

Petunia looks terrifying!!! Plot 32 looks really nice, you have some very attractive weeds - mine are all of the green, strangeling variety.

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