It’s one of the harvest times in my garden. Anything intended to bear fruit and then retreat before true summer begins is fruiting. The blueberries, the dill and coriander, the autumn-planted tomatoes, the chickpeas… and the strawberries. I think these are Cambridge Rivals, which are spring-fruiters. However my plantings got a little mixed up when the cats dug them all up for me so these may be Alinta which is a non-day-length-limited cultivar, in which case these are only the first of a slow trickle of strawberries across most of the year. I will find out as summer progresses.