Kitchen Garden in the snow

It’s hard to believe that in a few months this part of the garden will be colourful and productive! We have seven raised beds in total (excluding the central island). The long bed at the back is the Nectar Bar which will attract and the bees, butterflies and other pollinators.

There will be three beds for crop rotation, one for fruit, one for herbs and a perennial bed for asparagus and rhubarb. I have a cooking apple tree to grow as an espalier against the south facing wall and two eating apple trees to train over an arch. That’s the plan anyway!

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