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  • Bren In Pots
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    Yesterday, Charlottes, carrots, kale, peas, cuc, lettuce, basil and mint.

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  • Nicos
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    5 cucumbers and 6 yellow courgette

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  • Chippy Minton
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    Lettuce, first early potatoes, yellow climbing beans - all pulled together into a salad nicoise

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  • ameno
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    My first tomatoes of the season, from an outdoor plant.
    Some strawberries.
    Tenderstem broccoli.

    And almost 4kg of plums. Anyone want some?

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  • Right Shed Fred
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    First little handful of my second sowing of french beans
    About a punnet of autumn raspberries
    Probably the penultimate wineberry harvest
    Rosemary

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  • Mr Bones
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    Cucumber, beetroot, DFB's, courgettes, aubergines, volunteer spuds, toms, rasps, basil and gladioli.

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  • Teds Mum
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    The first of my runner beans, four sticks of giant rhubarb 1kg blackberries and 2.5kg of potatoes.

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  • bramble
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    Peppers, tomatoes, peas, brocolli, scallions a cucumber and blackberries.

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  • greenishfing
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    My first french beans of the year from the climbing ones. A few strawberries and blueberries.

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  • Ms-T
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    Lots big Tomatoes ,Cucumber, S/peppers and a courgette

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  • ameno
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    Over a kilo of French beans. They've been giving tons this year; I only have 12 plants.
    Some tenderstem broccoli
    Mangetout

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  • ameno
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    2kg of plums
    A couple apples.

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  • Peteyd
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    Runner Beans, French Beans, Tomatoes and a Cucumber

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  • Nicos
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    Think I'll pull a few butterhead lettuce and get them in the fridge -last time we had 40C here they baked and collapsed.

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  • ameno
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    Another Kestrel potato plant.
    Also dug my first Violet Queen potato plant. Only got about 500g, but then the plant did die prematurely about a month ago because slugs chewed through all the stems at ground level, so that's not actually too bad.

    Oh, and more plums and some apples.
    The Beauty of Bath apples ar going over a bit, to be honest. Starting to dry out and do a bit mealy. Still taste nice, though, and they look and smell lovely.
    Last edited by ameno; 31-07-2020, 01:23 AM.

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