Well you know my broccoli is coming up trumps.
But so are some of the cauliflowers. I don't think I've ever grown cauliflowers so big. Okay I know for some of you this is medium or even a small head, but for me this is a big and a major success. In the past my cauliflower heads have been the size of a ping pong ball - seriously.
The Goldrush courgette that I spied a little while ago are fattening. I think a couple of them may be ready this weekend.
The courgette di nizza, a round variety are also growing well, but a little behind. But who knows, one minute they are the size of a golf ball, the next a cricket ball.
As well as finding some hestia dwarf runner beans at the weekend, I also saw some Blue lake climbing green bean. The neckar gold, blauhilde climbing beans and Scarlet Emperor Runners are just beginning to flower.
I lifted a Trocadero lettuce. This one is much fuller than those I've picked earlier on. So perhaps its my fault not giving them enough space to flourish. I better give them another chance before chucking the seed packet away.
To end, my apples are still falling from the tree. Will this wind and persistent rain ease off. Please, some blue skies would be really appreciated.