Well the solstice has been and gone and I have to say that for growing the weather in June has been absolute pants. It's been much cooler than usual, and I don't mean in the trendy sense, often windy, and we've only had one decent day of rain. Still, you have to keep plodding on.
Not much to do this weekend: I've resown the gaps in the rows of maincrop carrots and planted out the purple-sprouting broccoli. All things considered the plot isn't looking too bad. The early peas are flowering, I've picked the first sweet peas, and the early potatoes are nearly ready - it's too windy to take any photos so you'll just have to take my word for it. I've started feeding the tomatoes too, now that the first trusses have set. Try saying that after a few drinks.