Haven’t done one of these for a while, but things are thriving!
You’ve already seen our gooseberries (Photo July 16th)
I confess to eating our one raspberry as the blackbirds got the others, but today I picked our first tomato!
It is a cherry one, but there are loads coming: we have six plants groaning like this, 2 of which are of the cherry variety:
And our beans:
Thanks to this little chap and his mates
We have a lot of these coming too.
Not to be outdone, we have second flowerings on our Peace (left) and Ancient Mariner (right) rose bushes. There are seven buds to come out on the mariner which will be an absolute picture.
Photos, except gooseberries, taken today, 22nd July 2018.
Looking very promising! 🙂
Hi Colin. It is indeed. The second and third batches of beans have finally taken off.
Beautiful garden! I wish I had a green thumb after my parents. They have an excellent garden flourishing as well. And they don’t mind telling me so either 😀
Ours is nothing special and we rely on luck more than anything! This year was a learning curve as the soil here is horrible (clay based), but at least we’ve got something, eventually!!!
I understand. Our soil is horrible. Especially right not. We’ve been having 105+ degree farenheit weather. Its dried nearly everything up.
We’ve been watering ours with the hose every couple of days. We had some rain on Friday, all ten minutes of it.