Diddly yes, but decent enough for shepherds pie. These were the first ever batch. There is a second batch sat in the Wendy house.
Think these are meant to be hobbit sized!
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Glad you’re putting your Wendy house to good use!
Definitely! Think it will be a half way house for a lot of things. especially when it comes to hardening things off before transplanting
Mine is too full for that now. How much will the plants have in yours? That was one issue I found when I could use it for such – the other was that I tended to forget I had things in there.
At the moment it has baby leeks, few baby onions, and a lot of empty modules and seed trays. There are four shelves. Last year it was great for over a dozen pots of chillies. Also have a four tier blowaway to play with
What’s a blowaway?
Great it has so many shelves?
A greenhouse that has a tendency to do moonlight flit. A four tier blowaway is a Small plastic greenhouse.
Two either side. It’s a walk in green house. 1.5 metres wide by fifty cm deep.
Which presumably could blowaway in a gale?!
I see – so not a Wendy house as in child’s toy!
Exactly! But is weighed down, and strengthened with broom handles bricks, and camping tent pegs.
No, not quite! Humorous term of endearment
I think I will need that kind of thing to keep my net tunnel at the allotment on the ground. Does it work?
I have broom handles at each corner, tied the frame with nylon two rope. And metal tent pegs criss crossed in pairs dug into clay. Invested in a reinforced cover this year as the two previous ones were thin and quite literally blew away. There are pics on the blog some where 🙂
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