February: Monthly Tour – First day on my new allotment and Storm Eunice damage

February tour of my new allotment. We’ve recently has a 100mph storm hit London so today was all about making sure if there was any damage to my new greenhouse.

Sean James Cameron
Sean James Cameron


  1. Margaret Gore
    Saturday 19 February 2022 / 9:21 pm

    Nice tour Sean. Lots of room for everything you’ll want to grow . .

  2. paul mardon
    Sunday 20 February 2022 / 8:01 am

    Are you going to keep your other allotment?

    • SJC
      Sunday 20 February 2022 / 12:03 pm

      I will keep the garden.

  3. Florie's,Fowls, Fauna and Fungi
    Sunday 20 February 2022 / 8:54 am

    Hi Sean just looking at your new allotment, lots of space to play with right in the middle of anything where you will have no restriction for the sun. I do not feel happy to hear you say you will burn your wood debris do you know that is all carbon that you ought to allow to rot down to create a rich fungi population in your garden soil. I have stopped having a bon fire since 8 years ago. The soil nutrition that is in good garden soil consists a higher fungi content in it than bacteria. Delighted to hear you have a lot of water available, Break up up the wood create a pile add green vegetation to it and water it watch the wild mushroom grow they are all good for your soil and maybe a hedgehog will come and live in it they are good for your garden they will eat the slugs they are not pests like the fox. Good luck with this plot I know you will create wonders with it I have watched you through the years.

    • SJC
      Sunday 20 February 2022 / 12:04 pm

      I may just do that, in a corner of the orchard. Haven’t seen a hedgehog since 1998.

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