We've been just about self-sufficient in veg for about a month and half now (bar the odd punnet of tomatoes and bulb of fennel as ours is not ready yet). It makes such a pretty arrangement, all freshly picked and washed that it almost seems a shame to eat it. Pink and green definitely goes together.
I picked the last of the mixed salad, sowed back at the end of May, but unfortunately the subsequent sowing hasn't appeared. Luckily the land cress, rocket and pak choi are just about ready. The tomatoes are thriving and by looks of the next couple of photos we're in for a bumper crop.
Most of the tomato plants have lost their labels so I'll have to wait until the fruit have ripened to find out which variety they are but I reckon I can guess that the ones above are the San Marzano plum just by the funny shape.
Being away with work means I won't be able to get to the plot for another 10 days so I look forward to seeing huge leaps in growth.