This is definitely the week for the squashes in our life. Here are the two pumpkins we have, both of which are growing well:
And here is one of the marrows – this is the largest:
On the minus side, however, our lettuce has bolted – can you tell, LOL!
The beetroot is also growing high, so I’ve cut the tops off those while I was thinking about it.
The flowers are doing very well in this weather though. Here is the second flush of our gorgeous scented lilies – the smell is amazing!
And here are the alstroemeria and the echinacea, both of which are definitely enjoying the climate.
This week’s harvest is a scattering of green and black French climbing beans (the first of our black ones harvested today), plus the lilies, alstroemerias, echinaceas, dahlias, gladioli, sweet williams, carnations and assorted sweet peas:
Here are the vases at home:
Have a lovely weekend, everyone!