June is my favourite month at Haddock's. Expectation is in the air, and everything is full of promise.
We are already eating Courgettes, Onions, and Calabrese, and the ripening of all other crops is just around the corner.
These are the Portuguese Tomatoes which, of all the varieties I planted this year, seem to be doing the best.
My old faithful 'Contender' beans are ready (see below).
And the Peppers (several types) are not far off.
I love this Perpetual Spinach. It will continue to feed us until about March 2019. I'll probably put in a second row.
This is the first crop from a Black Hamburg grape vine that I planted three years ago. I counted about 10 bunches. I can hardly wait to taste them.
And lastly the flowers on my Butternut Squash plants.
All is good. The Aubergines are in flower, and we have Cabbages and Caulis. Once again some of my Tomato plants don't look too happy, but I'm getting used to that. You can't have everything!
Beans for supper.