It is the first time since I have had the allotment that I can pick onions and garlic and leave them in the sun to dry.
The crop is not massive, so it's unlikely I will be self-sufficient in garlic as I had planned. I must have left it too long in the ground, as the hardneck varieties started growing bulbils in the stems.
But the day was glorious: everything ripe, alive and buzzing.
I picked 7 pounds of gooseberry, the by now usual pound-worth punnet of raspberry, and a head of lettuce.
Also took pictures, which I will publish in my allottment album, in a new folder for the summer!