Wednesday, June 13, 2018

New season produce

After another quite difficult "hungry gap" we are starting to see fresh new season produce come to fruition - black Tuscan and red Russian kale from the permanent raised beds outside, broad beans from the same (we picked 10kg today), rhubarb from our perennial outdoor patch, salad leaves from our two sheltered beds, and from the polytunnels we are picking tomatoes, mange-tout, climbing French beans, basil and cucumbers. Always a lovely time of year (if you can ignore the weeding....).
Broad bean plants in flower.

Cabalonero in our new permanent raised beds.

Climbing French beans and cucumber vines in the Sausage.

Picking cucumbers.

The first few sungold tomatoes ripening.
John picking basil in Valentine.

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