plotting this week as it’s been blustery, cool and overcast. This morning was nose-drippingly cold being only a few degrees above zero in the north-westerly wind.
Anyway I’ve concentrated on the vegetable patches and got plenty done including sowing the rest of the broad beans, the first lots of climbing French beans Barlotto Lingua di Fuoco and two varieties of runner beans, St George and White Lady. I’ve been given a packet of dwarf French beans Canadian Wonder which I shall sow next week. I’ve only grown climbing ones before so it’ll be interesting to see how these do.
One bright spot today was spotting two foxes wandering around my end of the site much to the consternation of the magpies. We’re not sure how many there are resident at present, and I’ve not seen any for ages.
There’s rain due later today and most of tomorrow then the forecast is for it to be sunnier, warmer and less windy. I sure hope so.
Have a good weekend!