It's ironic that the first year we have a greenhouse there's a hosepipe ban and constant rain which means the greenhouse is the driest place in the garden and the most difficult to water. But my arms are getting good watering-can-workouts, and the tomatoes are ripening beautifully. I also missed the moment to plant out the sweet peas so left them indoors; I don't suppose they were ever meant to be grown in this unorthodox way but wierdly it has worked, and the greenhouse smells lovely.
[Meanwhile, inside the brick house, I can't believe our quilts are being so well used in July. It's also turning out to be a good summer for making them - they are ideal for keeping feet warm in the evenings while hand-quilting. I'm delighted to have inspired this summer/beach theme quilt, and I'd guess you'd need all the quilts you can get hold of in a hut by a blustery, rainy beach this year.]