Coriander (lots), cucumbers (tons), garlic (masses)... at least there are things to pick, snip and pull!
The aubergines are flowering and starting to produce fruit, so are the peppers (no idea how long they take to ripen though) and we will soon have tomatoes.
In the garden things aren't going quite so well. The broad beans are starting to produce edible pods and there are radishes and of course herbs. The kale is coming on well too, slowly but surely. We have almost finished the Timo (early potatoes) and will soon start on the Annabella. There are masses of currants and gooseberries but they are a long way from ripening. It will be ages before any French beans are ready to pick (not even flowering yet!) and the beetroots look sad - I might even sow some more seeds for a late crop, hoping we have a warm autumn.
We have spent hours and hours and hours weeding over the past few days. It is heavy work when the ground is so wet. I almost gave up and we're still not done but it looks much better than it did. Peter has been working on the veg-plot extension and we are almost ready to erect the new fence. Then we can think about moving things which shouldn't be an issue in this weather. I've been transplanting kale in the rain - no problems.
Next summer we will definitely but ground cover (the same black sheeting we use in the polytunnel) over the paths in the vegetable garden.