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After nearly 1 year on my plot: before and after comparison pictures :)

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Morning all,

Thought I would post some pictures of how much I have progressed on my plot so far.

What a slog it has been. Started off in Rambo mode and hacked the entire plot of weeds (after hearing of someone stealing my neighbours potatoes I took this moment of insane weedslaughter to make any potential potato thief think twice about pinching my produce ) before eventually dividing the whole plot up into nice growing sections seperated with wood-chipped path ways.

In between this two tunnels were erected, many lessons were made and copious amounts of tea were drunk.

Its nearly there, all I need now is for the shed to be finished and a few last little bits and bobs to sort out!

And a big thank you to all of you who have (and will continue to do so) given me lovely advice along the way!

Here's to a productive future


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Just reading this made me tired, you've been very industrious!

It looks real good, too. I can see you have a lot planted, what's your favorite harvest so far (if any?)
You can thank my dental hygienist for my untimely aliveness. So tiny:
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