First harvest found place in the middle of june, radish, rucola and salad leaves. The flowers are finally blooming and the vegetable plants are growing bigger as we speak. The green house will be devoted to the cucumbers and tomatoes. The garden still has some secrets to reveal, therefor the garden posts are not yet done.
Haha, so much for a style blog. And the proofread function doesn’t work, so if this look dyslectic, it probably is.
I need a drink.
Two different varieties of tomatoes and cucmber.
I’ve been waiting a year and a half for this beauty! Himalayan blue poppy.
Huge paeonia plant. Had to wait until they bloomed this week to see the color, and they turned out to be white. Thank god they’re not red!
A pink lupin I brought home from a walk last summer.
Green house packed with tomatoes and cucumbers.
It’s a shame that I can’t bring this beauty with me to copenhagen. It would take up an entire backseat.
Cucumbers in the back, tomatoes in front.
Fuzzy apple mint leaves.
Astilbe about to bloom.
This is the vegetable bed I made in a previous post. Salad leaves in the middle and carrots on both sides. Spinage, salad, cosmos and sweet pea, runner beans and nasturtium in the pots between the two
Robin and Anakin.
A red paeoina.
Currently the highlight of the garden.
Still many buds to go.
Almost transparent blue.
As a bud.
First harvets this year. Radishes for sandwiches or salads.
Small and delicious. Really spicy taste.
Delphinium grandiflorum. Hopefully a ‘summer blues’, but looks like a dark shade of blue.
Salad, cosmos and sweet pea, side by side in a pot.
We planted a squash plant in the middle of the radish crop, that is empty now.
Lupin as a youngster.
Pansies form last summer and a cosmos.
Himalayan blue poppy with several buds.