A fine crop.
Looks as if we are lucky again, despite all the heavy rain we had in July; last week within 48 hours 130 millimetres per squaremetre.
Wonderful, Sean. Such a satisfaction to dig from your own garden. I don't have green fingers. The only garden I ever had was a balcony herbal one. And I felt very accomplished when I used those herbs for salads.
Wonderful, indeed, Claude.Last Saturday potatoes, beans, savory, onions, garlic and parsley were all fresh from our garden. Okay, the beef had not grown in Seanhenge. :)
I am so certain that you would not have eaten the beef if it had grown in Seanhenge. ;)
You know me well, Claude. :)Therefore, I was thinking of planting beef (the seed of meat:), like sometimes I am planning to grow spaghetti. :)