|June harvest basket|
|purple potatoes! they are purple on the inside too|
|celery planted in worm farm compost |
(and surrounded by tomato seedlings from the compost!)
A few flowers in June: the nasturtium has recovered from the drought (I thought it was going to die) and is covered in flowers. I use the leaves chopped with other herbs in salad or with steamed veges. My borage plant with pink and blue flowers - great for bees, I eat the flowers, and the leaves I dry for tea, and I put some leave in my infused oil for skin salve. And the pea flowers reaching for the sky, they have grown taller than me, and I'm hoping that means they miss most of the frost.
What about you? How's your garden? Do you grow radishes and celery from seed? Any tips!?