(Blueberries, raspberries and redcurrants atop a large dollop of Greek Yoghurt.
Yum. I'm looking forward to recreating this dessert with my own soft fruits next summer!)
Even I have to admit that it's now Autumn. Crisp, sunny days (a rare treat) alternate with grey skies. The ends of the day are not yet frosty but soon, I think … weather that's giving us a sharp reminder of pre-winter work to be done in the veg patch.
I've got broad beans to go in with the other overwintering veg - a vegetable which I'm personally not very fond of (too many memories of school dinners) but maybe Home Grown will change my mind and, if not, plenty of others have professed a liking for them. And, of course, there's our four blueberry bushes and two lemon trees to go in, all of which need to be planted before the rest of our Orchard arrives … and the beds have to be cleared and prepared.
So, because we're not yet seasoned gardeners, I just like to have a quick nod to the experts and today's invaluable advice comes from the BBC Gardeners' World website with a little video of the correct treatment when planting blueberries (and cranberries), most importantly the use of Ericaceous Compost.
I've just learned that the above video is no longer there so I've edited to include this page from Gardeners' World about blueberries.
P.S. The photo is of one of my favourite ways to eat fruit (i.e. over thick Greek Yoghurt) and, obviously, any fruit is nice on top but I also like to finish it with some chopped pecan nuts and a drizzle of runny honey.