With the type of weather we've been having recently, it's tempted me to get out on the veg' patch, and start planting.
First to go in were the red Onions, and a few Calabrese, white Cabbage, and red Cabbage.
I've also been a bit foolhardy and planted-out 6 'Supersteak' Tomatoes. My fingers are crossed that we'll have no further frosts. I did the same last year and all was OK.
Lady Magnon is very fond of Strawberries, and I suspect she'd fill the whole of Haddock's with them, given half a chance. These are our very favourite 'Gariguette' variety, that I've stuck in an old wheelbarrow.
And look what's popped up. We have swathes of Honesty flowers that seem to have appeared from nowhere.
p.s. Whilst most of our fruit trees are covered with blossom, our mainstay Apple (Reine de Reinette) has almost none. I can see some serious scrumping going on this Autumn, otherwise we might go Apple-less.