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KS2 Gardening club

June update

Miss Cross and her green fingered gardeners have been busy looking after the vegetables and fruits that they are growing. 

Update May 2020

Hello gardeners. Last week, I spent a day in our garden planting our plants. The allotment looks great and hopefully the plants will all keep going strong! Check out the pictures below.

Stay safe, 

Miss Cross

Plants all in!

Plants all in! 1
Plants all in! 2
Plants all in! 3

Cabbages, broccoli and kale

Cabbages, broccoli and kale 1

Tomatoes

Tomatoes 1

Onions

Onions 1

Courgettes, pumpkins and butternut squashes

Courgettes, pumpkins and butternut squashes 1

Runner beans and peas

Runner beans and peas 1

Broad beans

Broad beans 1

Potatoes

Potatoes 1

Wild life pond with froglets surrounding by wild flowers. These froglets will have an important job of keeping slugs and snails away from our plants.

Wild life pond with froglets surrounding by wild flowers. These froglets will have an important job of keeping slugs and snails away from our plants. 1

Hello to all my gardeners!

Just a little message to say everything you put on your allotment planner in the first week is growing strong! I am at home with them, looking after them, making sure they get enough sunlight and water and are kept safe from the frost and the wind. They are growing well and they will be ready to go into the plot as soon as it is safe for us to come back to school!

 

Have a little peak below!

 

Stay safe and keep growing!

 

Miss Cross

 

Runner beans

Runner beans 1

red cabbage

red cabbage 1

lettuce and rocket

lettuce and rocket 1

Kale and broccoli

Kale and broccoli 1

French beans

French beans 1

Courguettes, pumpkins and butternut squash

Courguettes, pumpkins and butternut squash 1

Sweetcorn

Sweetcorn 1

white and red savoy cabbage

white and red savoy cabbage 1

beef tomatoes

beef tomatoes 1
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