What a busy time we’ve had recently. June is our busiest month of the year and we have a lot to do with not enough time or people to do it in. If you fancy a bit of planting in our field and have some spare time please let us know and come along and join us.
Over the last couple of weeks…
Our new uniforms have arrived.
Ken was on St Austell Bay Radio, chatting about the scrap metal scheme.
We’ve been waging war on small rabbits (who like endives, mizuna and lettuce but are not so keen on mint).
We’ve been planting and transplanting cabbages, squashes, endives, lettuces, parsley and spring onions.
We’ve had help putting up our new polytunnel from the guys at Eden.
The edible flowers are beautiful and the Cornish Ketchup tomatoes are coming on nicely.
Another new crop is popcorn and it’s growing well.
The last veg bags contained a fantastic selection: wet garlic, potatoes, onions, carrots, baby beetroot, tomatoes, mushrooms, pot of coriander, mixed lettuce, radishes and a mixed bag of mizuna and beet leaf.
Last but not least, there’s been a great deal of lunchtime cricket practice in anticipation of our match against the Eden team on 1st September. Watch out Eden!