Not much evidence of any gardening happening in or around Riga and this forgotten and overgrown temple right on the Baltic coast was the nearest I found! The corporation bedding in the city was impressive but I didn't count that as real gardening.
On returning to PTC, following Sir's successful lecture debut in Riga, the peas, beetroot, and carrots are all up but - what a pity about these cold winds! I know we need the rain but the wind is so damaging when everything is in full leaf.
Yes! I know all my Hazel spars look funny in the veg patch BUT, with the addition of some trusty binder twine, they will prevent the haulms and the broad beans from flopping everywhere. The runner beans are just emerging but it's much too cold for them.
|Papaver Orientale Patty's Plum|
I just had to post this poppy photo - not because I like the colour (which is a complete washout!) but, because it's JUST exactly like tissue paper.
Why exactly did the watering can have to fall on to the first tomato plant and break the top out of it??? !
|Genever Tomato Plants|
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