allotment garden

allotment garden

Any privately or publicly owned garden area which has been divided into plots for assignment to individuals for their use.
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Jenny Mollison, secretary of the Scotland Allotment Garden Society, applauded Rik for growing a garden from scratch.
FRESH FOOD: What could be healthier than a meal cooked with fresh ingredients picked from your allotment garden that same afternoon?
One is the Bozuyama Allotment Garden located on a quiet hill in the village of Shiga, Nagano Prefecture, and overlooking the Northern Japan Alps.
Each of the four classes at the school has its own plot in the allotment garden and there is also a school gardening club.
My dad, as a pitman, had an allotment garden with leeks and chrysanthemums too and I remember sending off to a local newspaper for a shrub starter pack, and I still have the newspaper cutting.
The site that was previously under let is now an award winning allotment garden, having secured a number of accolades including most improved allotment site in Birmingham.
MOSS ALLOTMENT GARDEN PROJECT, MACCLESFIELD, CHESHIRE The winner goes to a charity that provides therapeutic horticultural activities for people with mental and physical disabilities, which helps their participants reintegrate into the community.
Waterloo Housing Association and Thomas Vale Construction extended the allotment garden at St Giles Junior School to help pupils nurture their passion for gardening.
Here, on the south side, number 48 has long gardens of more than half an acre running up to allotment garden land.
The allotment garden is dedicated to using renewable energy from solar panels and wind turbines to avoid carbon dioxide emissions and grow fruit and veg throughout the year.
Some of the more unusual requests include an allotment garden and white golf umbrellas for a wedding.