I'll get some piccies up tomorrow, but I'm experiencing a very different growing season this year (2013) compared to last.
Marrows are large and tasty
'Marketeer' Cucumbers (I haven't grown them before) are growing at the same speed inside the greenhouse and outside on the patio.
Butternut Squash plant took over the greenhouse but was growing just one MASSIVE squash - I've recently cut it back and it's now producing several fruit.
Sweet peppers launched but failed to thrive inside or out.
Tomatos - growing some huge toms inside and out. They're being fed & watered regularly but don't seem to want to ripen.
Italian salad leaves. Germinated well and then
almost immediately bolted. I binned those.
'Duchy' lettuce are once again reliably producing
Kale - this ended up as a sacrificial crop for the offspring of the cabbage white butterflies. I didn't get my net over it before Tig and I went away fro two weeks and, when we came back it was pretty much all over for them. Next year I will purposefully grow some more kale for exactly that purpose - I haven't found a single caterpillar on any other leaves
Corgettes - producing small numbers of MASSIVE fruits. Why is this? I don't mind because we like 'em a lot.
Italian Yellow (string) beans. They're looking okay but haven't cooked any yet. They remained stubbornly inactive in the soil until the weather got really hot then, like the salad leaves, tried to run away into the sky. I think I'll avoid Italian varieties next year.
Chille Peppers - never made it out of the pot.
Sweetcorn - brilliant last year but completely failed to germinate this year. I think I should probably have bought new seeds for this years crop and not used last years remaining seeds.