Freshly dug, manured and raked Onion bed, and yes the onions are in ! but they were grown from seed and have just been transplanted from the seed trays. The stones separate the red and white onions. I must count them as it seemed like 100's. They should take off and grow quite quickly now they have all that space.
Cabbages are growing so fast.
It all looks better for being dug over.
Another view, looking down the plot.
The Herb bed. Things are growing, but more needs adding this year.
I'm so disappointed with the wallflowers. I bought mixed colours, but they are all yellow shades.
last years colours were fabulous, oh well they are cheery.
Another view, looking up towards the shed.
The fruit area. Gooseberries (Red & Green) Strawberries, Raspberries and about six Rhubarb plants (don't ask why six !) two Blueberry bushes are growing in the garden at home.
In the foreground bed, Garlic and leeks, ( leeks growing and some just sown )
Next raised bed has two types of parsnips and lots of carrots, all recently sown, nothing is up yet.
My lovely blue chair. A welcome seat for tired legs. It was a dumped chair found on a pile of thrown away items near the allotments, a coat of paint transformed it.
And finally one variety of tomatoes that I'm growing 'Abraham Lincoln' from 'Victoriana Nursery' are doing very well after a slow start to germinate.