here are the Yin Yang beans as promised - they are so gorgeous that I almost didn't want to plant them:
OH remembered to go to the lottie and water the potting shed plants (phew) and took some more photos - the growth in one week is astounding. Intend to plant out the squashes and pumpkins this weekend. Courgettes may well be following them. Need to get the tomatoes into their final pots ASAP, but unfortunately the greenhouse is nowhere near ready - doesn't look like I'll be able to use it this season.
Jerusalem Artichoke (please grow V-E-R-Y slowly until the peas are finished):
Pepper - Tasty Grill Red. My peppers are very slow away this year, have also got Gypsy, Tasty Grill Yellow, Big Banana & Redskin.
Here are my Rocket one week ago:
Peas in flower:
Garlic has gone really rusty, must be the wet weather we had at the end of last year - it's been like the Sahara up there recently:
Here is my Blueberry bush - Sunshine. Seems very happy since it's been repotted.
The flowers are so delicate - might need to think about netting though to protect from the birds:
Ken's gooseberry bush which grows on our border - neither he nor I like them. The bush is bursting with fruit:
We'll be eating our first beans at the weekend ... yum ! Will definitely plant them in November again - the ones that have survived the mouse look great:
Tomatoes, squashs and pumkins are desperate to be planted out / put into final pots:
Unfortunately the bluebell keeps having an accident, once its finished flowering I'm going to move it to a safer place:
My foxgloves look like they are going to be as spectacular as last years: