Introducing mttp

Call me crazy but I’ve taken on another plot – this one is a wee bit smaller than mtp so we’re calling it mttp (my teeny-tiny plot). As with all new plots it’s in a bad state. Lots of comfrey, nettles, bindweed and a fair bit of rubbish to clear (old carpets etc). But Ryan’s made a good start with our neighbours old rotovator and we’re hoping to have it up and running by the end of the May Day weekend. Since the new plot is just a minute’s walk from our house I’m planning to use it to grow plants that need a lot of attention or that need picking often: tomatoes, lettuce, cucumber, etc

3 Responses to “Introducing mttp”

  1. Con 01 May 2006 at 5:02 pm

    Blimey! You’ve got stamina! Good for you.

  2. Amyon 02 May 2006 at 9:53 am

    You’re mad! I can only just about handle my little plot! Our pak choi is looking very nice now and we’ll have to earth up our potatoes soon.

  3. Shellon 02 May 2006 at 12:03 pm

    I tend to forget how lucky I am, with having the plot just down the lane from home – I use it more than I ever would if it was a long way away!