Good morning everyone, where has the past month gone? I’m pleased to report that I am on my fourth week of jogging, I don’t run for long yet, but it is getting a tiny bit easier. Any way back to the garden.The peas are finished, I have harvested the la…
I’m a couple of days late, it isn’t always easy to get onto the computer, life and Mike get in the way.The ‘P’ garden is doing well.PearsPeasMore peasPotatoesWe have a possible “funny vegetable” entry.Weird courgette.The onions and carrots are looking …
Before you say it I know it isn’t the 21st but I couldn’t resist sharing this photo with you all. It is a courgette or a butternut squash….. I don’t actually know as I forgot to label the pots. Only time will tell.The sun is shining and Toni has…
As promised I bring you photos of my garden. To be honest there isn’t much to see yet, but isn’t that half the fun? A six month or so journey to see what grows and what doesn’t. So far the only real sign of life from the fruit trees is courtesy of…
I nipped out while it was still sunny and my porridge was cooking and took my photos. Even as I type, the sky is clouding over.
|Onions (oh and weeds)|
|Pea (plus weeds)|
|Potatoes (what do you mean “where”?)|
The beetroot, carrots and swedes are too hard to identify yet, may be next month.
Here we go again.This year we are growing tomatoes, swedes, butternut squash, courgettes / zucchini (yes Paula, again!), beetroots, asparagus (takes 2 YEARS), carrots and peas. The chillies have started to grow:The onions are starting to sprout:Th…
Well August has arrived. The peas are over now, so no more photos this year.
The courgettes continue to grow.
The tomatoes are doing a bit better, but still green.
The onions are small, but perfect for pickling.
The first of the beetroot has bee…
It’s the 21st again so time for an update on my vegetable garden.Beetroot looking good. NO!!! Not more courgette/zucchini Cherry TomatoesMarmande tomatoRaspberry plants take over the worldI mentioned last week that we had been busy in the garden,…