The broad beans I planted had really put on a growth spurt and had outgrown their bottle cloches, so these were removed and a net cloche put over them in the hope that the dastardly wood pigeons won't get at them until they've grown a bit more.
Back at home three sections of guttering have been planted up with peas, Alderman, Progress and some more Kelvedon Wonder. I've tried several several lots of KW, none of which have germinated this year although they've always done really well in the past. If this lot don't do anything, I'll conclude the seed has had it and get some new. I've also dug over the 1m square bed that had had cabbage in it, ready for something else to go in later on.
The container potatoes have been earthed up, and another very large container has been planted up with some "Orla". These had deliberately been left aside as I don't want all the potatoes being ready at the same time! There are some more to go in over the next few weeks, along with a couple of stray Wilja, so with a bit of luck we'll get a successional crop.