We killed the bean!
Harvest time for the monster, cut the string and lowered it to the ground and removed the beans in the shade.
Blanched and snap froze bags full and podded the largest oldest ones, the beans weren't black, they were
Yes! Food of the gods, blue food!
(I think that may have been some line in National Lampoon)
Sowed a row of radishes on Monday, read of the wonders of roasted ones, so we shall see. A new coriander plant and a new lot of low green beans have raised their little bent heads, new rocket plants are pickable. The zucchini plant has started flowering and setting fruit at the other end. Twice the number of young ones. Must be due to the flowering Thrive I've been giving everything.
Capsicums are fat and green with lots of flowers forming and the chillies are now both in flower. Just as well they are quite expensive at the moment.
The garlic flower heads are starting to stand up and are splitting open, getting close to harvest when the leaves die down to about a third.
Birds are getting the odd plum on the tree now, time to eat them methinks.
(The plums, not the birds)