The welcome include the citrus, blueberries and broad beans.
The citrus are at varied stages of development at the moment. I have kumquats which set during winter and should ripen soonish. I have kaffir limes ripe at the moment. The mandarin and finger lime are yet to flower but the lime, lemons and orange all have lovely smelling blooms opening at the moment.
The broad beans have just started to set pods. I am really looking forward to them this year – as you will see from the paucity of photos in this post, I need some new crops.
The less welcome flowers include the lettuce, parsley, Cavolo Nero, kohlrabi (bolting prior to reaching harvestable seize in some instances) and the turnips, most of which I pulled today.
The turnips are D’Napa and the seed came from L from 500m2 in Sydney.
For more plentiful harvests head over the Daphne’s Dandelions and check out this weeks round up from around the world.