In the fruit & vegetable patch, I've spent some hours weeding and em, weeding. Yes, some areas have been a touch neglected and our native flora have decided to take up residence! In order to reverse this trend, the choice of tool was a trowel and plenty of grafting. The results have been quite good actually.
The bed of strawberries are looking well, and I'll top dress the soil with compost over the coming days.
Broccoli plants are still producing plenty of side shoots, although the foliage is looking a little tatty on some of them and I've pulled up a couple of plants that were very small. I think I'll give them a nice feed of fertilizer to perk them up.
The onions I mentioned recently are great, growing away doing their own thing. A couple if weeds have appeared, but these are easily removed at this stage.
Of course there is more to do, this gooseberry bush has almost been over run, so I'll rectify this over the coming days, and the large raspberry bed needs a good going over too.
There is also the loganberry plant, blackberry patch and the grape vine to consider, but that's for another post.
Finally, the rhubarb plants have come into their own this year. After moving the ones in the garden last year, and acquiring a couple more, we now have five plants that are thriving.
I've cut my first sticks of rhubarb yesterday evening, that are now a delicious tart (or pie - depending in who you talk to).
And here is the finished product ...
Yummers ... Lol
I hope you get some time outdoors to enjoy yourself over this weekend.