Life on The Weald, July 2023
The month began with rain in the early morning and the rest of the day was dreary, cloudy and overcast, but I did venture out to plant some leeks that had kindly been given to me by a neighbour.
In the herb garden, many of the herbs were flowering and, hopefully, will attract the bees.
The English, outdoor ridge varieties were doing well but the Spanish, pepinos, were still only tiny seedlings. I also tried to train one of the squashes over a frame.
|Cavolo nero |
|Onions ready to be stored|
|Onions safely stored|