Bringing In…

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…my Onions.

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Garlic (Crimson Rose).

peppers

And these mini Peppers that I saved the seed from some shop-bought Peppers that I liked. I also have Chilli Peppers to bring in and Aubergines if they get a bit bigger.

My outdoor Tomatoes are finished but the Tomatoes in the greenhouse are still going strong. Not much left now. Some Kale, Broccoli, French Beans, and Squash. Winter Lettuce is coming along and so is the Spinach.

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2 Comments on “Bringing In…

  1. Hi

    I love your blog, and your photos are awesome!

    I’m starting my own blog about growing food in your back garden. I’m from South Africa, so I’m in a totally different world to you when it comes to climate and seasons, but I was wondering if you had any tips for me on the article writing side of things?

    Would be amazing if you could write an article for my site launch, or even just share an old one you have written already. (Full a accreditation and links to your site of course).

    Either way, your blog is an inspiration, and I’m a big fan.

  2. Hi Sean,

    Definitely start a blog about something you are passionate about. I’ve been writing My Tiny Plot for 9 years now and I can safely say I wouldn’t have been able to do it for that long if I wasn’t passionate about it. Even if it’s a niche subject – just write about what you love. The rest will fall into place.