Using all the spare land

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Sunday 09 August, 2015 by Uncle Spike

There are always places to plant something I’ve found. And this year I’ve utilised a spare area at the back of the gardening storage hut for a couple of watermelon and pumpkin. The problem for me is that they need space, and lots of it.

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Plant them elsewhere in one of the veggie plots, and there’s no room for anything else; and plant them in the open farm/orchards, and the chickens eat the flowers and the fruit too if it ever grows!

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Dunno if they’ll come to much, as the soil there is pretty lame – only added as that area was all ‘built’ up by me years ago with mostly rock.

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7 thoughts on “Using all the spare land

  1. Hey Spike, they sure do need lots of room 😀

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  2. joannesisco says:

    I think it’s really impressive what you can coax out of that stony ground!

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  3. Bea dM says:

    never thought about it, but stands to reason watermelons and pumpkins would need space !

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