The spring sown peas have germinated really well and outgrown the net tunnel cloche protecting them. I have delayed staking them too long and had the devil's own job doing it. I then netted them with butterfly netting as I hate maggoty peas!
The first of my strawberries were turning red but when I looked closely the best one had teeth marks - from mice? So I picked all those I could, hoping they will ripen and taste good.
Finally I harvested a large bag of Broad Beans from my overwintered row. I pick them young as I find the taste of the fully mature beans is rather bitter, though even they are nice cooked , then skinned and sauteed in butter and garam masala. Delicious!