It's funny we haven't 'officially' given over the plot 11 yet, and we have people coming over eyeing what there is to 'take' including raspberry canes, the wheelbarrow had already disappeared. Anyway, I'm not going to dwell on it too much as we are handing back plot 11 officially this coming weekend.
I got to do some harvesting, the best bit of growing your own veg. This tray holds harvest from plot 11. You can see a handful of broad beans, raspberries, black kale and some measly orla potatoes. I also picked some red beard spring onions (scallions) and some more tomatoes (not pictured here) from Plot 45.
I am already running out of our white stutgart onions at home, so I decided to take home another basketful, it's all that recent chutney making.
I managed to clear the squash bed, these are some baby gem squashes. I am not too sure what I am going to do with them, but they seem to be ripening slowly, so no need to worry about them rotting yet.
I have been surprised with these marigolds, early on they were giving me no sign of blooming, I assumed because they were bought quite cheaply, but in the past two week, plot 45 is glowing with mariGOLDS.
It really is lovely to walk into, even those passing by are complimenting them. Those dwarf sunflowers have still not opened up, but I am optimistic to see their heads coming out this weekend, as I could see a bit of yellow coming through.