I checked the White Onions earlier in the week and they looked a bit water logged so decided to lift them. After cleaning them up they look fine, in fact only one was a bit soft, so I composted it.
Anyway, today turned out rather nice, the sun came out too. So we managed to get quite a lot done in the afternoon today.
I planted two Courgettes into the old Compost Bin I tidied up earlier in the month. Four more Courgettes were planted out where the Garlic was, I say the same every year 'why do we need so many Courgette plants !'
I finally got round to weeding the late Onions again, 'Autumn Gold' and 'Stuttgarter Stanfield' I planted out in March. They are getting bigger and will benefit from not competing with the weeds!
Anyway, lots more harvested this week:
The 1st Strawberries
A few Raspberries
More Charlotte Potatoes
Even more Rhubarb.
We had the Rhubarb and Raspberries as a crumble with Ice Cream for dinner tonight.
The weather forecast is for fine weather for most of next week, so hope to get to the plot more often.
There is plenty of weeding to be done, as the wet weather we have had has boosted the weeds, what we need now is warmth, that too is forecast but for how long?
Thanks for reading/returning. Ian