I had a little space at the end of the plot and as luck would have it, a few lettuce seedlings needing a spot of their own.
The marrows are doing really well this year. We ate this one at lunch today, it was yummy.
The 'hoop house' is bursting at the seals now. Chillies, these are Hungarian Hot Wax, are not ready yet, Benjy tried one this week and he was able to eat it raw.
Millions of tomatoes of all shapes and sizes, I love these little Tiny Toms
and these huge Giant Tree Tomatoes .
There are a few melons, I think this one is a sweetheart but can't see a watermelon, as yet.
Now what else have we producing, runner beans, broad beans, broccoli, beetroot, swede and cabbages. No it's not a bad photo, that's insect netting, the best thing we invested in this year.
The sweetcorn is doing much better than I expected. We have had such a dry start to the season but now it's started to rain everything is catching up,
including the onions, shallots and garlic.
These poor peas are the only ones I have been able grow. They were eaten by mice while still in the ground and the few that did manage to show a shoot or two were pulled apart by the pigeons.