It seems to happen over night, one minute there's nothing growing, then all of a sudden the place is overflowing.
Not only has this happened with my 'yellow' cauliflowers, but also with the red currents, the tayberries, the courgettes, the red cabbages, and the salads. Give it another week or so, and I'll be able to add beans to the list.
We had a bit of a storm last weekend, with lashings of rain. This means that a couple of varieties of mushrooms will also probably be popping up very soon.
It suddenly becomes a serious problem choosing what to eat. Cauli with a courgette, red cabbage, and tayberry sauce perhaps?
I hear the sound of pickling jars in the distance.ReplyDelete
Cauli and cabbage looks good. We can't plant early enough to get those.ReplyDelete
I love that cauli with red outer leaves.ReplyDelete
It is so interesting to see how much further on your garden is than ours. Our broad beans are not in flower yet, the runner beans are about eight inches high, the peas a similar height; black currants and raspberries are coming along nicely but nowhere near ready. No wonder really when you consider that there is a gale blowing today and the temperature at mid-day was thirteen degrees.
……. or even a novelty vegatable for the Trelawnyd Flower Show ?!!!!! XXXXReplyDelete
I'm keeping my eyes peeled.Delete
Lovely grub !ReplyDelete
Yum! Fresh veggies are the best!ReplyDelete
Reminds me that I should check with the farmer up the street. I do not think though that we are as far along as you. Happy eating!ReplyDelete
And here I am rejoicing because I have flowers on one of the melon plants and on several of the tomato plants!ReplyDelete
Oh my, those vegetables look mouth watering. You should be proud. It makes the hard work and aching back well worth the effort. Plus you get to eat and enjoy them!ReplyDelete
I was thinking of you today, as we roasted a whole cauli, with a yoghurt and tandoori spice crust!ReplyDelete