Last month I shared strawberries from the garden, today its misshapen courgettes: green and yellow.
And there is plenty more where they came from.....
Ready to harvest the first beetroot from the garden. It looks like its going to be a beauty.
Lots of salad greens including Lollo Rosso
We've also been tucking into our nasturtium leaves and the edible flowers. I recently made some savoury Turmeric pancakes. I have a number of other recipes in mind too, so watch this space if your looking for ideas and inspiration.
We are still waiting to pick my first lost of runner beans, though our neighbours have been picking them for over two weeks.
Blueberries have been fantastic this year, last year I only got a handful. This year, around 500g and there is more to pick.
I have had to net the blueberry bush as a cheeky Thrust was diving into them and gobbling them.
Plenty of raspberries coming along too, except I have barely had any to eat as the birds have been getting to them well before me.
Some of the plums are beginning to ripen too and some are still rock hard.
In the greenhouse, the tomatoes plants (only two of them sadly) but better than none I guess seem to be doing well.I am sharing this post with Harvest Monday is hosted by Dave over Our Happy Acres ;