Really impressed with your compost Kathy...beautiful. A great bonus with the parsley...I sometimes have some pop-up from my compost too. That's a big ol' pile of manure, well done getting it laid out.
Thank you Lou ... only another dedicated grower could love compost!! And manure is such a heavy job so I am glad the rest got done this week on #146!
What lovely lettuce! Mine are still tiny - lesson learned for next year that I should be planting out the fall seedlings sooner.
I guess we are lucky in the UK that garden centres have an increasing variety of plug plants and we can buy them on line too although they are often expensive. The supermarket lettuce tray was 99p!
Unfortunately most garden centers around here don't offer veg seedlings past mid-summer. This year I was lucky enough to get a tray from the farm I volunteer but it was a bit late in the season.
I always forget to sow a succession of seeds so buying mixed trays that are meant to eat as baby leaves and planting them out has been really good, Margaret. Do you get these in your shops?
Thanks Dave! The tomatoes are an excellent variety and all the better for suddenly appearing like that. On the list every year
Those Chocolate Cherry tomatoes are lovely! And belated congrats on that Gold Award. My garden is never that tidy, for sure.
Thank you for your suggestion Trill... when I have enough to make a tablespoonful that sounds a good idea!
Goji berries are usually dehydrated and used in smoothies.
Congrats on the lotty win!
Picked another bowlful today Beryl, so perhaps yours will come into their own soon. Hope so
You are lucky! I have 3 small 'giant' achocha lurking. Hope you have a lovely week on the Island.
Thank you guys! Lovely late sun but so windy today that there will be no fishing tonight. Fish for dinner from yesterday's catch, I am really looking forward to it: pics of that "harvest" next week!!
Love the sunset photo!!!
I hope you have a pleasant holiday!