Added by on 2018-08-15

My passion is gardening whether it’s vegetables, fruit, herbs or flowers. Videos follow my journey in-and-out of the garden. Check out my blog http://www.diaryofaukgardener.com FIND ME AT… * YouTube https://www.youtube.com/seanjamescameron * Instagram https://www.instagram.com/seanjamescameron * Twitter https://twitter.com/seanjcameron * Patreon https://www.patreon.com/seanjamescameron * Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/gardeninghintsandtipsuk * Facebook Profile https://www.facebook.com/diaryofaukgardener © Sean James Cameron #gardening, #allotment, #seanjamescameron, #garden, #cottagegarden, #gardeningforbeginners, #newallotment, #startinganallotment, #gardeninghintsandtips Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsVegetable Gardening Tasks for July in the Kitchen GardenVegetable Gardening Tasks for June in the Kitchen GardenAugust 29th Garden Harvest Update Melon Pepper Tomato Container Vegetable Gardening How to GrowCompact Vegetable Garden Design Ideas, Kitchen Gardens, Raised Bed Vegetable GardenKitchen Gardening Overview | Beginning Vegetable Gardening April-2016 (Urdu/hindi)Container Vegetable Gardening: Using Epsom Salt, Fertilizer, My Mid August Routine

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18 Comments

  • BevsArtsandCrafts 3 months ago

    I'm catching up with vids as I've been really ill the last 3 weeks. I loved that greenhouse, hope the new people enjoy it ( lucky beggars) 😉 x

  • Heather Clark 3 months ago

    Nice Sean where are you in the country?

  • Lee Golder 3 months ago

    I love my garden in July (winter for me in Australia). I'm harvesting lemons, spinach, lettuce, radish, beetroot, kale, peas, purple broccoli, potatoes and my favourite – asparagus will be ready in 2 or 3 days.

  • Catherine Mosey 3 months ago

    Haha, those shark fin melons were insane!

  • Matthew Gordon-Clark 3 months ago

    Hi Sean, the shark fin melon looks fantastic. Just a question though, I thought you said you would not grow it again after it took over so much last year? What do they taste like, as I have never seen or heard of them before you grew them? Congrats on the onions, they must have been hard to stop bolting to seed giiven the heat of this summer for you in London. Matthew

  • Gardiner's Plot 3 months ago

    great video! nice seeing all the harvest. your globes were very nice and big!… lol.

  • Dee Rogerson 3 months ago

    ❤️missed you

  • gayla gavin 3 months ago

    Must be last year? Either that or you have your own Tardis, lol. Doesnt matter, of course, it is great. . Beauiful, gorgeous harvests. Question, what is the plant at about 6:35? I dont recognize it and am very curious. What a sweet present from your young friends. Always enjoy seeing Rusty taking it easy and enjoying life. Also vicariously loved the storm. I now live in the Pacific NW and we get almost no rain from the end of June (first of June approx this year) until about mid Sep and i miss summer rains. I have no experience with shark fin melons. Did you use them in soup and did you like them? Those Rudolph potatoes are beauties and what a harvest they produced…an entire wheelbarrow full! Did they taste as good as they look? Love your videos. Thank you!

  • Ron Yerke 3 months ago

    Are you going to temporarily remove a picket from that fence to harvest that one shark fin melon?

  • Louisa Agate 3 months ago

    I always have a hard time growing carrots and parsnips I don’t know why!

  • Molly Smith 3 months ago

    Ahhh…a 'best of'. Very nice! Sad that you can't take that fabulous greenhouse to the Railway Allotment but at least it will still be used and loved.

  • Carl G 3 months ago

    What a wonderful bounty of produce. Well done. I guess the gardens could all do with some rain. I understand you have had a rather hot summer.

  • Diary of Rose.s Garden 3 months ago

    Hello Sir lovely looking onions. Awesome video. Happy gardening Sir

  • Roy&Shashi Brock 3 months ago

    Is this video, from all August of the years past? Must know. Shark! the roots are like shark teeth biting into the soil and moving like the sharks do in ocean devouring anything in their pathway. If you grow them again must trim and contain regularly.
    Awaiting to see your new plot development.
    I hope you take the signs the kids made for you!

  • Nicola Bradley 3 months ago

    duhh – last years vid?!?! wot a dunce I am!

  • Nicola Bradley 3 months ago

    so jealous of yor rain and I never ever thought I would say that wot with living in south wales!! could I ask wot the classical music was, sounds familiar but recall the composer!

  • vincent neale 3 months ago

    Rain just starting ????? What is rain ? I haven't seen any for 7 weeks

  • ines Rodrigues 3 months ago

    This is from this year?