So this is the view up the whole allotment from front to back way beyond that shed!
The garlic is looking pretty ready to come out now, and we've nearly eaten all the beetroot that is there with it. You can see we have started on the potatoes too!
Plenty of onions that will hopefully last us through the winter this year.
The borlotti beans are all the way to the tops of the canes and some now, there is also some French beans, but they were planted late, thanks to the slugs eating the first lot. You can just see some of the delphiniums in the background.
The pumpkins (Crown Prince) have completely filled this area and are threatening the courgettes (zucchini) too! We are harvesting them every other day. Got any good recipes? I've got carrots hidden under the mesh warding off the dreaded fly.
Yep, it really is a shed! the plot goes all the way to that big tree at the back left meeting the gardens of the houses.
So this is the view back down towards the from from the shed.
Need I explain the sweet peas? the smell is wonderful! They are next to the broad beans that are doing very well.
All the way up the top is the leeks and corn, more beetroot too! The leeks have done exceptionally over the last week and the rain, sort of baby leek size if you like eating them that size.
Oops. wrong way up!
So this is the view back down the allotment to my car in the far distance! Pretty long! Yep, there is fruit in that cage affair, and of course it couldn't all be immaculately planted and tended, there's always work to do! I still have some parsnips to find under the weeds, but those that have been liberated are doing great.
I know there's nothing quilty in there, hence the slight detour, but I hope you enjoyed the tour of my allotment, and normal quilty service will resume very shortly :)