Growing Garden Year

As 2014 draws to a close, here are just a few of my highlights of my growing gardening year.

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14 thoughts on “Growing Garden Year

  1. Jane

    What a plethora of luscious fruit and vegetables. Ever thought of doing talks in local schools to inspire the children – with edible samples of course?

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    1. Murtagh's Meadow Post author

      That would be great Jane. I’m hoping to get out local ladybirds group (girl guides) to grow some of their own pumpkins this year. We did sunflowers last year but I was thinking pumpkins maybe more exciting!

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    1. Murtagh's Meadow Post author

      And it’s such a nice place to work too Robbie. I was in there today doing some tidying up and was joined by my daughter (who can’t wait to start sowing seeds) and a little robin! Heaven!

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  3. aj vosse

    Such a rich harvest!! I’m inspired by your results… it makes me want to do something even though my options are very limited!! Such a shame really when you think we rent a property well in excess of an acre! 🙄

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    1. Murtagh's Meadow Post author

      2014 was a good growing years – lets home 2016 will be good one:) Hopefully you can get a few pots, window boxes, grow bags going!

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      1. aj vosse

        I’m going to get bold… there’s a hidden space behind the house that gets morning and midday sun in late spring and summer… I’m going to ask the landlord, on bended knee, if I may use the space… imagine!! 😉

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