Lots of squash still needed picking on this plant
The potato plot is looking a bit parched
The soil was rock hard - but we decided to attack the weeds and have another go at digging up spuds
I dug up the weeds
And made a big pile for a bonfire
Mr Lottie dug up the spuds - we have one more row to dig up hence the yellow marker
We have a nice row of parsnips to look forward too.
How parched the lawn looks now that I have mowed it!
Another pile of courgettes, squash and marrow to roast.
How I missed that huge marrow last time I do not know!
Potatoes left out for a few hours in the sun for their skins to harden.
We were rather disappointed with the yield from tow and a half rows.
But we realised how lucky we were, as everyone else had Blight or their crops were ruined by slugs!
So the mere fact that we had a crop of maincrop spuds at all is a miracle.
We are still eating our early Rocket potatoes - which are larger than these and gorgeous!
Whilst I was working my socks off, grading and putting into sacks my pototoes
My chickens were 'chilling out' under the hedges - nice life huh?