Allotment flowers and our fruit plot is completed

Yesterday my husband went to the allotment to collect the remaining strawberry plants that he had potted up from the runners and to dig out three more raspberry plants now that we have taken out our runner beans.

He surprised me with a huge bunch of flowers. They were the flowers from the jerusalem artichokes. They had been blown over by the wind plus we don’t them to drop their seed but it seemed a shame to waste them. They filled two vases and look wonderful.

A large vase of artichoke flowers
A smaller vase of artichoke flowers
A lovely splash of colour

I planted the strawberry plants and raspberry canes in what is now our fruit plot.

Completed strawberry patch

Completed row of raspberry canes
Completed fruit patch

We now have strawberries one side and raspberries on the other side with an asparagus plant at the patio end of each side. The fruit plot will remain all year round and as it matures should yield a good crop of fruit and we will still have plenty of veg from our two shared allotment plots.

I am looking forward to seeing this plot mature and to having lots of lovely fruit in the future.

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6 Responses to Allotment flowers and our fruit plot is completed

  1. marion says:

    Flowers are pretty, and nice that you will have your own strawberries and raspberries.

  2. Sophie says:

    The flowers are beautiful! I miss being able to go out and pick my own raspberries in my garden xx

  3. David says:

    Good luck with the fruit next year.

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