The yard that never stops giving. Gooseberries are ripening fast, red currants already mostly are nice and red, and the bush is heavy with them. I picked a couple liters of them today. The black currant bush in not making too much fruit, they often are a bit less fruitful than the red ones. Marigold is finally starting to bloom.
Jul 22, 2015
Jul 8, 2015
On Sunday I finally got around to doing some bigger pot planting. The summer having been so poor, the motivation for gardening is real low. On Sunday, anyway, I planted some basil, parsley cucumber, pepper, aubergine and courgettes into slightly bigger pots. The size of pots that can be taken inside, come autumn. None of those will be producing anything during this summer.
The potatoes and onions are doing quite ok, radishes not so much even though they have grown huge leaves; the ground is too tough for them to grow properly with all the clay. We'll get a lot of apples, despite the locusts in the trees, I'm sure, and wild strawberries are growing wildly.
Despite the weather, flowers in our yard seem to be doing quite well.
Yesterday I visited my grandma at our summerplace. It was a rainy day, but I enjoyed being there. The huge rhododendron there is at the end of its blooming, most flowers have wilted already, some are still looking nice.