There’s not much going on in the veg garden at the moment, other than picking the rewards of all our hard work. We’re having to go out most days with the colander and are returning with it full of yummy veggies.
The summer squash have exceeded all expectations. We’ve mostly harvested the pale green ones but the yellow and dark green varieties have produced a fair few as well. They’re lovely roasted!
The French beans are still going strong and we’re getting quite a few runner beans now too, with loads more to come.
We haven’t needed to buy tomatoes for a few weeks but haven’t had so many that I’ve needed to make sauce. There are still a lot of green ones though so I’m guessing the glut is waiting until after this week, as I’m on annual leave now.
We’ve worked hard on clearing out all the rubbish around the outskirts of the garden. There’s still a lot to do but we’ve made excellent progress. It’s been accumulating for decades in the various sheds and as we have Grand Plans for next year, we need it gone. Stephen has done most of the heavy lifting while I supervise, of course. (there are spiders in all that junk) I can see we’ll be needing a skip shortly to get rid of it all as there’s so much stuff that we no longer need plus one of the sheds has to go as it’s falling apart.
Right, I’d better go and pick some veggies for dinner tonight 🙂
August 23, 2016 at 6:50 PM
oooh I do like you different coloured beans!
August 24, 2016 at 4:32 PM
We grew them last year too. It’s a seed mix of the three colours. The yellow and purple are much easier to find when you’re picking them, and the yellow ones particularly taste lovely.
August 19, 2016 at 10:53 PM
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