Brussels Sprouts, but we only planted one bush,
should have been more as the boys love them.
Lot's of Broccoli, I think we are on our 3rd planting for the winter,
so we have had a nice steady supply.
Lots of fragrant Coriander
Plenty of Beetroot
Three beds have been planted for green manure,
this will be dug into the ground, probably in September,
to provide lots of nutrients to the soil, ready for the spring planting
Our first Mandarin's from our little tree,
they are small, but very nice.
Tomato seeds that were saved last year,
have sprouted with the help of a heated propagating bed,
now they are out on the sunny veranda in a glass topped box,
they are about to get their second lot of leaves.
There are quite a lot! But you have to allow for some failures,
and have some to share with friends.
We have a few different variety's,
Mortgage Lifter, Black Russian, Tommy Toe and Tiggerela
Here is the patch in full,
the empty looking bed in front has onions, garlic and chives,
they are there, just don't show up in the pic.
So, there you have it, winter time is not such a quiet,
dormant time in the veggie patch!
(Woops - forgot the carrots)
Whats are you picking at the moment?
Have a nice weekend