Things got off to a fairly good start. The garlic was coming on. We had more purple sprouting broccoli then we knew what to do with We were still using the chard.. Even the cutting patch was doing OK. I was waiting on the back of the plot to dry out so I could put in potatoes.
I did get 2 rows of early potatoes into the ground in a dry patch about half way up the plot.
By May things were moving forward slowly. The broad beans and the onions were in.
The weeds were under control. The back of the plot was still to wet to do anything with.
Fast Forward to June.
Not a great photo but I put some borlotti beans a few kohl rabi and a few Pak Choi into the raised bed. I put some perpetual spinach into another bed. Which is doing great All thanks to Little Black Fox who sent me seeds in her give away. Here
I have failed the last few years to get anywhere with the bolitti beans and I'm new to pak Choi and kohl rabi. I decided to put them into the ground, at least there they might have a fighting chance but at home the plants were been wiped out by the slugs.
There was no sign of any of the dahlias so I dug over the bed they where in and all 6 tubers have rotted. 2 where down to dust. I think I will give the bed a good dig and see about putting something else in there for this year.
I have a couple of Brussels sprouts plants that need a home, and I found last years seeds for purple sprouting broccoli and some cauliflower which I planted and the seedlings are coming on nicely.
All in all things could be worse. At least my allotment is a hobby and not my lively hood and things will get better.