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excellent quality plants when they arrlrived a couple of weeks ago. repotted and they are now all happily planted surrounded by stones and moist soil in the sun, hiding the metal on gabions at the edge of our pond. have a wish list ready for primulas (and others) which will be available in september. highly recommended. No casualties.
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excellent quality plants when they arrlrived a couple of weeks ago. repotted and they are now all happily planted surrounded by stones and moist soil in the sun, hiding the metal on gabions at the edge of our pond. have a wish list ready for primulas (and others) which will be available in september. highly recommended. No casualties.
sharman, Dorset

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    Mr McGregor's Garden

    In early 2006 we were contacted by Mr Ernie Brown of Beacon Hill Allotment & Leisure Gardeners - who hoped to create an allotment on Cleethorpes seafront. Being the mad people that we are we thought this was a great idea and so donated the seeds and plants necessary.

    The project was such a success that it was repeated for several years running, always with our support. Amazingly (and thankfully) vandalism was never a major problem. Based on its location, we believe this to have been one of the most viewed allotments ever - and will always wonder just how many people this encouraged to take up the hobby of vegetable gardening.

    Sadly, local politics eventually saw an end to it.

    Herewith in words and pictures (courtesy of Ernie Brown) the story of the first year...