July should be the first of the hot summer months. Apparently! What we have seen in the last few years are very wet summer months and not a lot of dry days. This doesn’t really affect the vegetables or salad as it is all still in abundance and good value. English soft fruit can be affected as they love the sun.
Produce in season: Broad beans, red beetroot, coloured beetroot, green broccoli, purple sprouting broccoli, English bobby beans, red cabbage, savoy cabbage, spring cabbage, white cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, purple cauliflower, yellow cauliflower, celeriac, courgette, fennel, green kale, garlic, red kale, green kohl rabi, leeks, marrow, Scottish girolle mushrooms, peas, mids, pipers, swiss chard, samphire, spinach, turnip, swede, gooseberries, logan berries, raspberries, redcurrant, rhubarb outdoor, white currants, Pakistani mango, Yorkshire grown redcurrants, English plums, strawberries.