This great wall of snow peas has been wonderful, there's nothing like fresh peas.
Black Tuscan kale, I've never grown this before and it has done so well and is very tasty.
Newly planted lettuces and pakchoi
Purple climbing beans have just gone in.
This year I planted quite a few members of the onion family. Red and yellow onions and the leeks and garlic are coming along nicely.
And the glorious smell of crushed fennel leaves in the garden is delightful.
This is one of the old crop of pak Choi I have left to go to seed. These are really easy to grow from seed, in fact we usually have a few volunteer Pak Choi popping up all over the gardens.
We ate our first home grown cauliflower this week. I planted them a bit late so they haven't gotten really big but neverthe less they are good and sweet.
And the cabbages are sooooo juicey and crisp.
The last of teh turnips will be eaten this week.
In fact we are so rapt with how the gardens growing we have yet again extended. Have a look at this old post to see how the garden has grown!!!
I love watching all the decidous trees bursting into bud and the leaves growing back at this time of year. The mulberry trees were first to get their leaves and are covered with fruit. It's a race each morning to get any ripe berries before the local bird populating arrives.