Today a little more as some plants have gone into the ground, but many plants are still in pots.
Before I go further, I have to admit these photographs were taken last week before the rain came pouring down and much more has grown and sprouted since, including the weeds!
The climbing bean frames are finally up
Beneath these are climbing purple beans, the yellow beans and runner beans have not yet germinated, partly because the seeds were old and partly because I sowed them late, but I am hoping for some more. On the bean frame at the back are Climbing Alderman Peas.
These are supposed to be two rows of potatoes, but only one row has come up strong, the other is slowly.
Some of the courgette plants have gone into the ground. I will have one patch packed with all sorts of courgettes and patty pan.
Here are some more courgettes in the greenhouse ready to be planted out. There is so much going on in the greenhouse, but I did not want to bore you with the seedlings. We do have to clear the greenhouse out as we have to put the tomatoes into the ground.Lots of strawberries
I will be covering these with netting, along with the blueberries to protect from those greedy beaks when the time comes.
The rhubarb is looking marvellous, I will harvest some come this weekend for cake or maybe a Rhubarb Curry.
And finally, this is supposed to be Harvest Monday. I don't have much to show yet, other than some chives, thyme and rosemary herb sprigs, but I also found some overwinter salad greens in the greenhouse, that were harvested over the weekend for lunch and it is for this reason, that I am joining in with Harvest Monday which is hosted by Dave over Our Happy Acres.
Please come back next week when I hope to show you a bit more colour than just shades of greens.