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November Competition – Hits & Misses

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  • #61112

    NorthernTeacher
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    Chard – a hit and still growing:

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    #61114

    NorthernTeacher
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    My winter lettuce, Grenoble Red, growing in the greenhouse. A slow hit:

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    #61125

    cilla
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    That chard looks great Jane, mine is growing slowly but pleased with my land cress.

    #61138

    Allan
    Moderator

    Yes their looking good Jane,I used to grow the American landcress Cill, Untill I started planting the watercress on the waterfall of my goldfish pond.

    #61140

    cilla
    Participant

    Hi Al. I planted my watercress in the veg bed near the land cress and it has started growing now. :good:

    #61146

    gertie
    Participant

    Very chuffed today to see he Naturtium growing up GG fence and flowering, a hit at long last :-)

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    dixon
    Participant

    Onions

    #61248

    Walt
    Participant

    Hit. San Marzano.

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    Allan
    Moderator

    :good: :walt:

    #61360

    Allan
    Moderator

    Last chance this evening for the photo comp, I’ll pick a winner in the morning. Al.

    #61401

    gertie
    Participant

    This has been a miss for the second year running …..fuchsia gall mite!

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    gertie
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    GG blue geranium has been, and still is, gorgeous this year … a definite hit :good:

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    #61406

    gertie
    Participant

    These Black berries were scrumptious :lol: … a hit with apples in a crumble as well as picked straight off the vine ;-)

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    Walt
    Participant

    :good:

    #61413

    Allan
    Moderator

    I’ve been through The photographs quite a few times and I keep coming back to Tony’s cauliflower,I know how difficult it is to get them perfect,So I will have to give it to Tony this month, Some of the others entered were close,And we tend not to take many pics of our failures,So well done for keeping the pics of the beetroot and the carrots, The chard,toms and the blackberries were also good.The chard would be a worthy second. Al.

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