All this crazy June sunshine has sure woken up my veggie allotment at Blair Community Garden! The main challenge now is keeping everything wet enough.
The legacy strawberries that grow at the edge of my allotment have made a lovely snack for me.
My row of radishes, started from seed on May 19, have finally started getting fat. For more than a month they have just been sitting there; not dead, but not thriving, either. Now the row is filling up and looking like a tiny red forest.
Bizarrely, the lettuce seeds I put in just six days ago are already sticking their heads up!
The organic cherry tomato transplants are taller than their cages and some have tiny yellow blossoms.
And my catnip is growing like mad, creating the delightful problem of having too much cat-druggy goodness for Mouse to share with Maggie, Hopey, BK, Ash, Richard and Doug, and all our other kitten friends.
Summer has arrived! All I can do now is chase it until fall.