manage to stay on the tree we might be doing a bit better this year, and there are lots more all over it. Sloe Gin in prospect already, and it's only May! Yummy!! Plum is looking pretty good too, provided they stay on.
And in another full-on bash yesterday, I managed to transplant:
- Lettuce - Green Salad Bowl
- Lettuce - Lollo Rosso
- Lettuce - Romaine (anybody would think we liked lettuce; well, it is a mild soporific!)
- Pak Choi
- Sorrel (one of this year's finds; it's got a really sharp vinegary taste. But then with a name like Rumex acetosella it would, wouldn't it? The clue is in the acetic acid bit)
- Stonehead Cabbage
- Climbing French
- Mangetout peas
In response to the hoots of derision I got last year for planting 10 courgettes, I've only planted 4 this year. Well, OK, 10 was perhaps a bit excessive! But I've got another 4 in reserve so may yet go ape on ratatouille.
I've had to build some more forts around the beans