The promise of a salad picked minutes before it is eaten. (VERY slow growing. 3 weeks it said on the packet! I don't think so!)
The promise of an Apple crumble - but not for a while yet.
Strawberries in time for Wimbledon week?
And peas picked and eaten straight from the pod.
And yes - the wine corks are keeping the slugs at bay! Link added for those with memory probs!!!
Will have to give the wine corks a go. Slugs/snails here having a nightly banquet.
ooh how do wine corks keep the slugs at bay, how do you use them, I must have missed that post.
Don,t forget to eat the green leaf pea shoots , delicious in Salad . £1 a bag in M&S--cottonreel
It certainly does look promising!! There's nothing quite like picking your own food is there, in fact we've been doing a bit of that here this last week or two and very enjoyable it is too!
By the way, Im also a bit confused about the wine cork/slug thing, whats it all about, please share as we have an utter slug fest going on here at the moment!
Love Julia x x x
What a wonderful feeling! I just love watching my garden grow, and when things work out as they should... ahh, pure happiness! Best of luck with your lovely crop!
Ooh yes we just need a bit of extra sunshine i think to get those fruit ripened and everything else growing!!
Oh mine are about the same,had a few strawberrys though one a day wont get fat on them. hugs Pat
I'm waiting for my baby cucumbers!!
Diane your strawbs are bigger than mine!!! I'm pleased the corks are doing their bit, I'll have to try that! I have a few..........
Strawberries a wee bit further forward down south here. Haven't heard of using corks for slugs. We have serious amounts of slugs and snails. :O(
I bet those starwberries will be lush with lashings of cream, a Pimms and the tennis on the TV.
My salad may be bigger but your peas are better than mine!!!!
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