Lebanese cucumber ready to pick.
Still getting zucchini.
Eggplants are taking off now.
I squashed and buried a tiny tomato the other day and now the seeds have sprung up.
I placed another gifted grapevine to train up the trellis on the outside of the veggie patch.
Native Eremophila in flower, so pretty. This shrub has spiky leaves.
I have had to cover some of the veggie beds with bird netting to keep the destructive black birds from scratching all the dirt and plants out. And from eating my strawberries, they have discovered how good they taste!
Because of Mum being ill, I never got around to eating the spring onions this year, so I left them, along with chives and a couple of leeks to flower. This attracts native pollinators like the blue banded bee and others.
The last of the sage flowers for this year.
The yarrow just coming into flower.
Old bushes, new tomatoes.
There are a lot of baby cucumbers forming. These are Lebanese.
I have potted up some volunteer parsley plants for my daughter.
More pumpkin pictures, they grow really fast after rain.
And the grapes are doing well considering I was really late pruning them. I think I will cover these with netting this year so I actually get some.
Pretty flowering gum for the bees. I think this is a coral gum.
And a faint rainbow from yesterday just after a sun shower.
Have you received rain at your place? It seems to be pretty widespread. What an unusual year we are having.