The wind was bitter this morning but I started helping committee members clear some rubble ready for a delivery of roadstone.
The council has realised the potholes are a serious problem and finally decided they cannot wait for a free delivery from Dorset Highways and have ordered some real roadstone. We also took some broken glass down to the tip collected from the rubbish at the end of the first track.
That done I visited the cabin for coffee and cake and some crack before going to the plot.
I was very surprised it was already midday so didn't have much time but couldn't but admire the display on my crab apple tree.
Then checking out the other blackberry I realised the newly planted summer raspberries needed weeding and collected quite a pile of weeds to add to the compost bin.
Finally I cleared 7 leeks to leaves as they showed signs of going to seed and then saw that the forced rhubarb had lifted the cover up so removed it and pulled a large amount of rather twisted stems and then left the cover off to let the crown rest. I will pick from the other rhubarb plant for the rest of the season.