But I do of my first lot neckar tomatoes, a good few weeks away from being edible.
Blackcurrants are starting to ripen too. D covered one of the blackcurrant plants with netting, it looks rather hideous, but it has to be done, other wise the hungry birds will gorge on them. I peeked under the gooseberry bush netting too, the 'goosegogs' are fattening up, but I am waiting to hear from my fellow blog growers of when theirs are ready to pick, as those of us in the North, especially in Scotland are probably about two weeks behind.
These pretty red flowers are hestia buds, a dwarf green bean plant which should really be planted in pots. In my eagerness to plant out climbing green beans, I later realised that I had planted the dwarf beans out in error. Now it's going to be a mix and match frame, but they will still be green beans.
These are fennel, finally happy to be in the ground. Aren't the leaves beautiful, like peacock feathers but vibrant green.
This is the carrot box, doing just as well as the carrot plastic tub. The only thing looking sorry for itself are the marigolds, they seem to be twiggy.
This is the courgettes and squashes bed. The green netting behind covers some of my brassica plants: sprouting broccoli in this case and under the yellow netting is the blackcurrant plant I mentioned earlier.