Here is what the upper level of the allotment looked like in the late autumn. All the matching trellis frames were found, so all we had to do was buy the wooden posts to support and presto! We have an elegant boundary to the next allotment. The trellis is very useful and provides vertical storage – butcher hooks are handy for hanging hand garden tools, as well as bigger ones like the garden fork and spade.
This was before the strawberry patch was planted. We also planted onion into the ‘Alberta’ bed.
This view shows it face-on. The middle section of this area remains ‘wild.’ We think it’s self-seeded and full of wildflowers – especially ‘love in a mist’ which has pretty blue flowers. I’ll let them flower before I start to reclaim this last growing area. A plastic pot sunk into the soil grew a zucchini, which did well at the start but eventually succumbed to powdery mildew. I will enrich with fresh compost and grow something there again this coming summer.