Loads of gladioli now in bloom at the allotment today – and more to come too, which is fabulous.
We also have one remaining scented lily – I do love the colour of these ones:
And the sweet peas have gone insane! I think they are taking over the whole shed now.
Meanwhile, the French climbing beans are really laden with beans so that’s brilliant.
We are also happy with the cabbage bed which is quietly doing its thing:
Plus we have two more courgettes on Maureen’s plant:
Here is today’s harvest, which is French beans, three mangetouts from the second mangetout sewing this year, one courgette, some beetroot, one cabbage, a handful of blueberries, the gladioli, the lily, sweet peas and sweet williams, plus a couple of coreopsis.
On the way home, I also foraged some blackberries from the bushes along the road – you see, it’s definitely autumn!
These were added to the plum crumble I made today.
Here are the vases at home:
Have a lovely Sunday, everyone.