I ripped out the onions as they had started to develop big seed stalks. We have been using them fresh out of the garden, but now it's time to harvest them as I really don't need a big woody stalk through my bulb. They were slightly disappointing this year, but well, the seasons have been extreme.
The garlic is starting to dry off and I have pulled the first ones to cure. Ahh.... nothing better than a really good supply of organic, home-grown garlic!
These are going to have really big heads! Yes, yes, yes. Quite a few of those will go in the ground again next season. The bigger the clove, the bigger the garlic head.
The Blue-Podded Capucyner Peas are finally coming on. I don't think we'll have a glut of peas, but at least a few fresh tender ones. That's fine.
And if your name is Kel and you are reading this, stop now. Don't read any further! Shoo...
The red currants are getting bigger and better.