When I commenced the Plot A to Z occasional series back in October 2010 with the post Starting with A I never envisaged that it would take to now to reach Z. This final post is in two parts as I’ve divided it into T and U to Z.
T is notable for one of the best tasting vegetables that I grow, namely tomatoes. Despite the ever present problem of blight I think that they’re worth growing simply to enjoy picking and eating a juicy, sun-warmed one and savouring the taste. I generally only grow half a dozen plants which always include the ever popular variety Gardener’s Delight.
Tulips are lovely flowers but I don’t grow them every year, which I always regret when I don’t. I grow them in containers where they generally do well.
One problem that I always have is choosing what varieties of tulips to grow. I’ve grown red and yellow ones in the past but not white ones.
Moving on to U to Z there is really nothing that I grow on the plot starting with these letters, although I have grown courgettes in the past which are also known as zucchini. I’ve not grown zinnias but may well try some next year as they are, apparently, an easy sow-and-forget flower and I like the look of the variety Polar Bear.
This series has been fun to do, and I must especially thank Glo (Porcelain Rose) for kindly doing a wonderful award for each of the previous posts.
Have a good week!
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Edited Tuesday 2nd June to include this much appreciated Tuvwxyz award from Glo!