This is leading up our garden path, and I do mean upwards!
I have some hanging pots on the side fence filled with colourful violas and pansies, not just for colour but also because they are edible and adorn many a dish from sweet to savoury. I also have some nasturtium in the garden plot. I think next week we will see some a spectrum of orange shades tumbling down the path.
Here is is my plum tree laden with plums...
We may actually get some apples from the tree this year. We have been living here for nearly 3 years and its not given us anything, probably still won't if we get a strong gust of wind knocking those hanging on off - lets wait. I think these are cooking apples, but I won't be able to confirm that until we get to eat one.
Loving the wayward nature of this Rosemary herb bush that looks more like a Bonsai shrub.
Plenty of chive flower heads, the bees have been loving it. I have used lots of chives in new potato and pasta salad dishes.
Our broad bean plants are coming along, lots of flowering - no pods yet. Behind the broad beans are the wigwam canes with various climbing beans, some of which have begun to flower too; and on the trellis we have some peas...also yet to flower.
Behind the scarecrow we have potatoes. We will harvest these in late July as we were a little late getting them into the ground.
Courgettes are beginning to come along, I reckon this time next week I have harvested the first of many.
I have some sunflowers to go into the ground and they went in yesterday.