Read some of Ally’s latest blog dealing with Community & Gratitude for Wild Greens: What extraordinary, challenging and creative times we live in! Over the last few weeks life as we knew it has been turned upside down as the
Ally’s latest blog begins: With a month to go before the Spring Equinox on the Celtic calendar and with so much flood water covering much of the allotment site over the last few months, my attention has been taken to
Ally’s October blog begins: “The autumn equinox, the second harvest on the Celtic wheel of the year which powered through our lives recently along with a full moon, is a time for gathering, preparing for winter, celebrating our harvest and
Ally’s monthly blog for August starts, “As July rolls into lazy August and the Celtic festival of the first harvest of ‘Lammas’ shines upon us, I delight in both the sight and taste of the blue of borage flowers. Borage
This month’s article from Ally gives us plenty of ideas of what to do with foraged leaves and flowers. See the full article with composting tips and recipes here.
Two items from members that may be of interest this month. Firstly an article on why gardens don’t need pesticides – which is timely following the AGM discussion around the use of chemicals on allotments. The second is an article