In case you thought we’d dropped off the edge of the earth, I'm happy to reassure you all that we’re still here and have had a very busy and productive summer:
In no particular order: My Alisa Craig onions sown from seed were a resounding success, as where the raspberries planted in April .
BD & I are still picking the Autumn Bliss, although I’ve yet to get him to eat a single one!
We took a weeks holiday on the Isle of Wight and visited Osborne House; Queen Victoria’s summer palace.
My ‘Chelsea Cabbage’ survived the caterpillar attack and was shared with my sister Carol.
The Mayan Gold spuds did pretty well and we’ve now sussed out how to cook them. They don’t need par-boiling before you roast them and also make excellent ‘wedgies’ although are rather on the small side for baking.
The carrots were a disaster and this is the entire crop from three packets of seeds!The Brussels sprouts are doing well and taste wonderful (only if you like sprouts of course)
We had fun shelling peas
but saving the best until last...................
I now have my own shed :-)
Just need to felt the roof to stop the rain coming in, paint the exterior and sort out the inside.