In spring, I found four wrinkly little left-over potatoes in the cellar and decided to plant them anyway.

Potatoes were definitely a good crop, within the confines of my small-scale gardening.

Peas were a disaster, with a mere three pods, but the green beans did rather better. Lesson learned: never try to make do with last year’s leftover seed peas. They won’t do.

One thing that I never tire of is lettuce. It’s such a beautiful vegetable.

The turnips turned out rather well, too, compared to last year’s disaster.  I’m still not any good at thinning out, though.

And now it’s time to look for some crops that can be sown in August. Rettich should still be possible.