After a period of dry and very windy weather, we've now had some rain and calm. Perfect weather for growing.
So far I have planted red onions, red cabbages, white cabbages, calabrese, aubergines, peppers, chillies, tomatoes, beans, salads, courgettes, and cauliflowers. All are doing well, and some should begin to produce something or other for the table within a couple of weeks. Two of the calabrese plants were nipped off at the base by ants yesterday; so those have already been consumed. Nothing goes to waste.
I have just 6 tomato plants (plus one cherry tom). They are 'F1 Supersteak', and produce heavy crops of very large fruits; many being around 600gms. This provides easily enough to eat salads every day, and preserve several kilos for next winter.
I've reduced the size of Haddock's this year, and am determined to use every scrap of space to the utmost. I'm still looking for somewhere to plant-out all my pumpkin, and squash plants; I'll find somewhere.