At each corner of the bed I have planted a Pepper plant. Most of these are Sweet Peppers of the variety called "Garnet", grown from seeds sent to me as a gift by Stephen Shirley from Victoriana Nursery.
So the contents of the bed is now:
3 x bush tomato "Maskotka"
3 x cocktail cucumber "Iznik F1"
3 x cocktail cucumber "Melen F1"
3 x Sweet Pepper "Garnet"
1 x Hot Pepper "Cyclon"
Nearby, in one of the other beds, my Turnips are beginning to swell. Some of them are about the size of a full-grown Radish now:
My Turnips are a mix of types, but something tells me that one is a "Purple Top Milan"! I really hope they don't all mature while we are away on holiday. Once they get going the roots swell pretty rapidly so maybe we'll be able to eat a few before we go away. By the way, this holiday I'm referring to is one that Jane won for us. It is a 12-day cruise down the River Danube from Austria to the Black Sea. It should yield a fair few photo opportunities!
Talking of Radishes... What do you think of these?
These are "Cherry Belle".
Some of them are about the size of a small Turnip... :)
On the strength of the pictures of (yet more) radishes, I am entering this post for Harvest Monday on Daphne's Dandelions...