Some years it seems to take forever to get that first ripe tomato. I guess once our weather warms up properly there will be sudden surge in ripening fruits... hope so!
I've got tomato envy here, as I'm still waiting for ours! They truly are a sign of summer. I'm impressed with the cauliflower too as I've never had much luck with it.
All that hard work is really paying off. You won't go hungry this winter.
I try hard not to, Trill! I love being able to harvest fresh food all year around, as well as having plenty in store as well
It's always exciting to see the summer crops start coming in. You're ahead of me on beans, mine are just about ready to flower. And congrats on that pak choi too.
Parsnips can be a bit infuriating can't they? I tried covering my seed bed with black plastic to keep the moisture and warmth in once the seeds were sown and it worked a treat. Who knows next year? lo
I am so jealous of your parsnips... i had one ome up... one... out of 4 rows... after 2 months... 1. Lovely garden!
Every year it just seems to get better: good for the soul to sit and soak it up from time to time
What a lovely view from the garden bench!