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Sorry pal. Missed the subject a little. The chutney for the shoot. More or less as you described. Don't like using red onion as the sweetness already in the beetroot. Apart from that follow your head. Can't go wrong really. Jok.

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Few pics of some bits.  

You are right Arry yours look well happy in there In my case it was simply a matter of laziness lol. I use the scaffold netting which was on them but I sort of threw it on. If your going to net y

been down today but not sure if the pics will work

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Been watching this topic since it started, I don't have a lottie, just a small cottage garden, so can't compete with you lads with the veg. But anyway, this is what I have on the go.

Golden Delicious Apples.

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Toms in £1 BnQ buckets.

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Rubarb.

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Apricots.

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Granny Smith eating apple.

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Plum, Victoria.

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Strawbs.

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Gooseberry.

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Pears.

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Herbs.

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Veiw of fruit garden.

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Last one, this was just a pot waiting for some thing to be planted in it, and these grew, not planted by me, came out of the compost, and being as us gardeners are optimists, I've left it to crack on, maybe a hand full of tates, or a tom sarnie, we'll see.

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Apart from this, I grow mixed sallad in 3ltr pots in my coldframe.

 

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Well what a lovely garden. We don't, as a rule, set out fruit trees as the allotment has it's communal orchard. A few of the lads do grow berries. You'll defo be eating potatoes out of that pot. Nice post from the land of sand. Jok.

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Just had another look at your post stealthy , I grow my Tom's in green house in black buckets,you got more in that garden than I have down my allotment as I never went mad as wife was supposed to been having hysterectomy .

 

I've no room for a greenhouse, the shed at the back is where the ferrets live, so I have to grow toms outside is what ever weather, but I get some thing back, so it's worth the effort. I wish I had a bigger garden. :laugh:

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I was looking for a variety of potato to grow next year when I came across this site, there seem to be a lot of new gardeners on here this year so I thought it may be helpful to some one.

 

http://www.gardenfocused.co.uk/index.php

 

There is an automatic wiget on there where you type in where you live and it gives the optimum dates for planting in your area.

 

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I was looking for a variety of potato to grow next year when I came across this site, there seem to be a lot of new gardeners on here this year so I thought it may be helpful to some one.

 

http://www.gardenfocused.co.uk/index.php

 

There is an automatic wiget on there where you type in where you live and it gives the optimum dates for planting in your area.

 

TC

thanks for that tiercel ,that'll get me through this evening :D
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Struggling there my self I hung some in the house last year and they went off quite quick but the ones in my shed out side which is plastic and suffers from condensation kept really well. bUt we did use them quite quick any way

So this year I might just knock up a water proof lean too and hang them under that

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Choosing what onions to store is a big part of getting it right. Any onion without a thin neck should be used straight away and not stored. It also depends on the variety of the onion to be stored, some are better than others. Red onions are very difficult to store, why I do not have a clue.

 

I was always told to store in nets in a cool airy place once dried, but for the amount I grew they would never last till Xmas as I would have run out by then.

 

https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/vegetables/onion/storing-onions.htm

 

a basic synopsis of storing onions

 

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