My Lockdown Edible Garden - Part 2
Back in spring I shared a blog post about a temporary edible garden I was designing as life in the the UK was being overwhelmed with the realities of the arrival of the COVID 19 pandemic . In this post I share some more photographs about how this temporary garden grew and thrived throughout the growing season of this surreal and uncertain year.
As I write this at the 1st October Harvest Full Moon, I have been in my new home (and garden) for just over a year and making plans to finish this "pop up" garden and rejoin my bigger much longer term whole garden design again.
2/10/2020 11:07:03 am
That looks wonderfully productive KT and I imagine has given you more information and ideas for the long term plan. Had you waited until you could design and implement the final version you would have looked out on a sea of weeds so your pop up garden has been a brilliant idea.
6/10/2020 01:00:50 pm
Hi Sue - thanks so much for your lovely feedback here, its really appreciated. Yeah, creating this pop up garden has given me so many ideas and opportunities for observation for my long term garden design.
2/10/2020 02:10:57 pm
Hi Kt, Lovely to see your progress and updates in your new(ish) own home. Very colourful & productive 🌱🌸😊x
6/10/2020 01:01:23 pm
Thanks Jo, your feedback is very much welcome and appreciated
18/10/2020 11:21:33 am
I am so glad I read your article in Permaculture magazine and hence found you.
23/10/2020 01:02:01 pm
Hi Emma - thanks so much for your comment. I love growing flowers too.
23/10/2020 01:07:28 pm
Hi Flo, thanks for your lovely comment. This garden has been so abundant in functions - informing and influencing my long term garden design has been a great one. Much more so than I had imagined, I’ve learnt so much from it ( Definitely good use of the “problem is the solution” permaculture principle
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