|Pak Choi/Bok Choi|
this one is ready to harvest as soon as it has usable leaves. The small varieties are mature at 6 inches tall and the larger types grow 2 feet tall. The baby varieties are ready in about 30 days and the larger ones are ready four to six weeks after sowing.
|At least there's something..|
The RHS has some advice on growing melons.
Well I like cabbage and I think that's a good thing as I seems to have a few that are getting close to edible..
|This one's not for the pigeons|
Sweetcorn which looks ready to eat - the BBC Gardening website advises that Corn is ready when the silky tassels at the end of the cobs turn brown then, simply twist the cob away from the plant.
[Pictures of my 'prize' cucumber to follow - ooh err missus!]
|A posing Prima donna|
|Sweetcorn on Friday|