Another cool, sunny morning here in Essex although I gather it is due to cloud over later and tomorrow could be pretty wet. It would be good to have some rain - the beds are dry and need a good soaking.
I now have wiring along my fence. Proper wiring (thanks, Dad) so I can train my tayberry first one way and then the other. Maybe, in couple of year I will be getting a decent crop. The biggie now is that it's in a pot so unlikely to do all that well as there's insufficient root room. It would be great if one of the patio slabs could be lifted and the plant could go in there. I need to think about that one - I certainly cannot do it myself.
I'm now planning where I want my little vegetable plants to go (when I've got them, of course). I *think* that I shall try some french beans in a pot after reading that you can do that and they're fine. Ages ago I tried runners in a pot and they were a dismal failure as they need lots of root space, but it seems French beans do not.
I'm going to do the runner beans as last year, training them over a couple of arches. They looked so good last year and cropped very well in my fairly sheltered little patch. The main problem was that some failed to germinate so this year I'm starting them in paper pots and taking it from there.
The tomatoes will go in the growhouse or along the house wall where it is warm and sunny. I seem to have rather a lot of tomato plants of various kinds so it should be interesting.
I'm doing carrots again but not radishes. I have some celeriac seeds (a freebie) so I might have a little go with them. After all, I can't lose, can I? And the cut and come again salad leaves will go in the same little planter as last year.
For a very little garden with minimal growing space, I will be thrilled if I achieve all this! Fingers crossed.