|tiny bok choy sprouts - these are excellent eaten raw or lightly steamed|
Another aspect I love from our garden is the sheer variety of shades of green. From the muted blue-ish green tops of mature onions to the bright green of the raspberry bushes I am constantly amazed at the tonal cornucopia nature provides us. Have I mentioned green is my favourite colour?
|an apple beginning to take shape|
|cooking onions and garlic|
|raspberry flowers - I believe this means we have missed our window to transplant|
Much to my delight the new annual vegetables we planted are not the only things sprouting; some of the perennial edibles have begun to bloom their flowers as well.
|thyme flowers are known to be one of the favourite nectar sources for bees|
|our "grape" clusters have also begun to flower - here's hoping we get fruit!|
|a tiny fly collects nectar from a rhubarb flower - can you spot it?|