As tomatos, zucchini, pumpkin, cucumber, basil and okra wait on my window sill for fools spring to be over. The second terrace of my garden (the wilderness) sits the last of the spring cabbages, standing almost ready, snow peas lazing over them. The tunnels have potatos in them that haven't quite popped through that was a good evening last week as I finally hit sick of waiting for them to chit so I banished them outside and wished them luck. The rest of this terrace includes fejoias at one end and a peach and plum behind where I took the photo. Raspberry bushes along one bank and blackberry along the other. I have been busily trying to dig out creeping buttercup and tradiscantia as I wish to have alpine strawberries, herbs and nasturtium there instead a wild area for bug/bees and birds! Lined with edible veges which may in fact take over as the garden beds have no true edging.