Frog update

There were a few drops of rain today and the frogs came out to play I counted ten at one point – that’s the most I’ve seen at one time. They range from enormous to very tiny   sometimes they come in pairs: and this one was worshipping the great frog goddess: I could watch them all day.  Meanwhile, in other garden news, we’ve had a little rain and the peas, broad beans, raspberries and strawberries are abundant. This is fairly normal for early July. What is much more unusual is that tomatoes are fully formed: outside, and showing tinges … Continue reading Frog update