I'm afraid I am a little behind in my posting. These images are from last Thursday. I will be heading back to the beach farm today to consider pulling out the earliest garlic, some of which you see below, after the best we seem to get in a run of dry days.
Now the peas are growing. When it's good for peas, it's not so much for tomatoes, but the tomatoes are in and should be just fine when the sun comes out.
Good for peas is also good for lettuce.
And also good for fennel.
Which is fattening up nicely now, alongside all the warm-weather weeds.
I fixed this tear in the irrigation system, should it ever be needed.
I've harvested the Allium vineale, or field garlic, as it was starting to mold on the stems and probably would not size up any more.
I also test pulled one of my Turban cultivars, Tuscan -ready.