Let's start with the really ugly.
Radiant radishes ruthlessly ravaged.
Did slugs do this? How can anything so soft and squishy bore holes in something as crisp and crunchy, not to mention zippy and zesty, as a radish? Or do we have other garden thugs eating away at our crops?
Next up is the scary.
The pea patch that ate the Wench.
It was close, but she did make it out alive, and with the first peas of the season. Perhaps we over planted AGAIN.
The blue honeywort that ate the delphinium.
But the delphinium is getting ready to bloom so guess it's not minding too much.
And now we come to the good.
Thanks, tel, for gifting us with our first strawberry plant. It seems to be thriving on our patio.
This one makes us giddy with anticipation. I'm dreaming of fig jam and fig pear sauce. Yummmmm!
The first peas--'Golden Sweet'
We also have some pretty flowering herbs.
And this last pic is for Matron over at Down on the Allotment.
Diva Dog with garlic, shallots, and flowering chives