The harvesting continues.
It is a job and a half to keep up.
The weather was a bit iffy today so I decided to set to and deal with it all....
(after a pretty good boot fair at the Robin Hood.)
On Saturday we made a trip to the garden to collect.
There were plenty of visitors around waiting to go on the fairy trail with Anne.
It was hot.
The damson crop is good, but it`s hard to reach them without a ladder.
We also picked the rest of the Katy apples which are now wrapped in newspaper in the garden room.
Inside the polytunnel the blight-ridden tomatoes are having a second flush and the growth
looks quite healthy.
Tagetes continues to flower.
One tomato weighed in at 14 ounces.
The stray morning glory continues to surprise us at each visit.
The watermelons are swelling.
At home today, I have made plum jam and damson jam.....
.....frozen bags of tomatoes.....
.......made up soup packs of mixed veggies.....
......and frozen some plums for crumbles.
After dealing with about 12lbs of produce, I turn around to find even more.
I feel some more chutneys and sauces coming on.