Life in the garden and on the allotment has not been dull even though the weather has been difficult, we have had some very good crops of fruit and vegetables from the allotment, the black currants were particularly good even though the season is short, we have lots packed away in the freezer.
Raspberries too are doing well they started fruiting in may and are still going strong, I have made jam from both these fruits and it is delicious! The peas and leeks are coming on a treat if you pardon the pun! But the carrots have been the most fun, I don’t know what has happened this year but they have been very badly behaved what goes on under the ground here in Essex I do not know .
You can add a caption to the comments either for all 4 carrots or for each one individually! number them 1 – 4 from left to right. Now behave nothing too rude please!!
This is a Rubdeckia which I grew from seed, the butterflies and bees seem to love this plant. there are a few flowers about despite the difficult weather we have had.
Well I am going on holiday shortly so I won’t be around for a week or two, so get your thinking caps on I want to see some witty comments about my carrots when I get back please!