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Category Archives: East Building
A couple of weeks ago, Justine and I experienced first-hand the perils of roof gardening, while innocently tending the lower East Building plot. Here’s Justine, pruning things nicely. The lettuce and carrots were looking great, but we noticed the … Continue reading
There’s something so very satisfying about digging up garlic. Not to mention peeling broad beans away from their stalks or giving the mint a haircut. Today was harvest day, so a few of the lower East Building gardeners met to dig … Continue reading
Gardening in winter is bad for the nerves. After the January snow and frost was over, the survival of our carefully, lovingly planted winter veggies was a huge relief. Then came the February snow, and then the March frost; a relentless onslaught … Continue reading
The LSE Annual Fund kindly supported the upgrading of the roof garden ‘beds’ to their current glorious condition. In recognition, the LSE Annual Fund logo will appear near the sites in the not too distant future! Thanks from all the gardeners … Continue reading