This has been a month of many courgettes!
I need to sort my timings out for next year, and plan to do more successional sowing, I've run out of lettuce and had the last of my peas, and didn't sow any more to replace them!
I've had loads of courgettes however, I'm at the taking-courgettes-to-work-and-passing-them-off-to-my-colleagues stage of courgette glut.
I had a gorgeous head of garlic, just from a clove of supermarket garlic I planted - it was so lovely and fresh.
I've picked all my broad beans and the start of the borlotto beans, I'm not waiting for them to dry, I'll eat them fresh.
The rats tail radish has been prolific, unfortunately neither of us are keen on the seed pods, either raw or cooked. They may be heading compostwards! The flowers on the plants have attracted loads of hoverflies into the garden, so I might grow it again next year just for the insects.
There's been a bit more that I didn't photograph, but not much. We've had a few blueberries, but the blackbird has had more! And my autumn bliss raspberries have produced a few berries too. I'm not sure why, you can leave a cane of autumn rasps to over winter, then it'll fruit earlier in the summer, but I cut all my canes to the ground. Whatever the reason the raspberries I've had have been so delicious, like sweeties.
How are your gardens? Are you harvesting anything exciting?