So many pictures, I would love to have posted them all but I would be here all night! So I chose my favourites so I chose a variety of edibles.
in Canada. Fantastic Dan!
What a wonderful picture of six perfectly sized veggies from Amanda in Ontario, Canada at Someone Elses Kitchen
. It is a bit early in the season there, but she made a fantastic entry!
Maureen at My Lottie Heaven
sent me this wonderful picture of her Siamese Courgette! (should this be conjoined courgettes?...)This brings back memories of lots of rude shapes vegetables I used to smile at as a child. Actually I still do! Thanks Maureen!
These are Loganberries from Rob at A Plot Too Far
. I have also had a great crop this year, they make a wonderful addition to Summer Pudding! Yum!
From my dear blogmentor Stan at Naive Zebra
who grew these at the end of the runway at the airport at Farnborough! These are Sicilian Long White and Yellow Crookneck squash. ..Can I book my place for this year's airshow please Stan?
What a wonderful display of peas from Carrie at Grow our Own
. You can see the bloom on these, they are so fresh!
These lovely broad beans are red epicure grown by Cat of Stripes
in France. This is a variety I must try to grow next year. I shall look out for some seeds.
This beautiful photo is from Michelle at Veg Plotting
. It looks like you could turn it into an apple sundial!
I just love
featuring unusual or slightly less common veggies. We should all give them a try! Here are some Rats Tails Radish from RR in Neulichimgarten
This lovely Kale is from Emily at Greens and Jeans
. I just love
This entry is from Stephen at My Veggie Patch at the Bottom of the Garden
- this must be one of the longest blog titles! These are Kelvedon wonder. Hey! that's weird.. I was driving through Kelvedon this afternoon - it is in Essex (not Suffolk)!
award goes to two bloggers. This is from Karen at Greenwalks
in Seattle. These Cascadia sugar snap peas show imagination and appeals to my vanity! M for Matron!
award also goes to Kath from Veg Heaven
. These red epicure broad beans are smiling at me!
The very special MATRON'S JUDGE'S DISCRETIONARY AWARD
goes to a junior entry, little Sweetpea
from Washington State. Sweetpea is the daughter of Catherine from A gardener in Progress
. It really warms my heart to see the next generation of veggie gardeners enjoying themselves with veggies! Atta-girl!
award goes to KitsapFG at the Modern Victory Garden
. A lovely plate of carrots, beautifully presented!