Posted on February 11, 2018 by Vivi — 5 CommentsVivi’s Kitchen Garden 73: Onions, odd jobs and getting stuck in. Advertisements Share this:FacebookLike this:Like Loading... Post navigationPrevious post: Vivi’s Kitchen Garden 72: Making the path and pruning.Next post: Vivi’s Kitchen Garden 74: Starting the first vegetable seeds; celeriac and peppers. 5 thoughts on “Vivi’s Kitchen Garden 73: Onions, odd jobs and getting stuck in.” Teri February 11, 2018 When I first saw the photo of the “arch bender”… I thought it was a structure to hold leaves or compost… but how smart to set this up. I think this will work beautifully. You’ll have loads of vines running up and over your paths and a bountiful crop of beans just hanging there to be plucked, podded and plated. YUM! Loading... Vivi February 11, 2018 Gosh, I hope it works for the beans….but, if not, I like your idea of it for a leaf ‘bin’ – brilliant. 🙂 Loading... Teri February 11, 2018 As a leaf bin, it would be great! First of all, it’s not plastic nor is it permanent. It could be shuffled around from year to year and bed to bed and best of all, it’s FREE! Loading... namcy huey February 14, 2018 Vivi getting ready to plant lettus,carrots and spinach i am considering knee surgery as well, cant make up my mind was yours total knee replacement? Enjoy your videos lots miss seeing graham he looks like a rascal as so many men are. Keep up the videos i really lookforward to the Hi Loading... Vivi February 15, 2018 No….mine wasn’t a replacement…..I wish it was. 😉 Thank you for watching and the positive comments. 🙂 Good luck with your surgery. 😀 Loading... Comments are closed.