Maddie_C and I are not expert gardeners. We have planted a lot of vegetable seeds in growbags and small pots that are entirely inappropriate for the growing of vegetables. But it might just work. If so we will be laughing all the way past the supermarket vegetable aisle.
One problem that this garden has is slugs. This garden has slugs as its problem. Slugs are a problem in this garden. (Sorry, the other two didn’t sound right.)
We have found a webpage to help though. This is it: Thirteen ways to Stop Slugs. The ‘copper’ idea sounded quite good, so we have surrounded two of the plants with post-1992 one pence and two pence pieces. Apparently pre-1992 one pences and tuppences are no good (But this fact might be made up).
So, what do you do about your slugs? If we get any good answers we can use them at parties.
Update: Three hours later and none of the vegetable seeds have started growing. Is this normal???*
*I do not normally use three question marks, but these are comedy question marks so I am hoping I can get away with it.