I apologise for the delay in my most recent update. I have been at the show everyday and away from my computer. A lot has changed since my first blog on Hampton Court. Most noticeable is the introduction of a variety of new plants.

Unlike with the Maize the planting in the garden has been done without pots – this is to help the intake of water as we are expecting a hot week at the show next week.

Above: Jon Wheatley works hard digging a trench.

As you can see in the above photo large trenches are dug for the planting. We have used the original hampton court soil, although it has required a lot of rotivating and forking over. However Some of the vegetables will be planted in compost as they require the nutrients from the new soil.

Above: After shot, the first row of planting goes in.

Above: Steve, flown in from New Zealand, turns soil over ready for planting whilst digging a trench.

Above: The veg is planted.

As you can see the garden is really coming to life. More photos and blogs to come over the next few days.

Follow us on twitter.com/bulldogblog or check back here for more info.

If you are visiting Hampton Court our stand, C116, is just along the track from ‘The Home Grown Exhibit.’ Tickets are still available, click here for more info.

Enjoy the sunshine!

Posted in Exhibitions By Ed White On 2nd July 2010

How do they get those vegetables in such straight rows? The garden is going to look great. I am going to the show on Tuesday and will give the garden a visit. Jerry x

JERRY posted on 5th July 2010

Submit your comments:

nine − = 4


* Required Fields