The nights are drawing in and we’re seeing the veg plot slow down. This was one of our cabbage spots this year, I hope to have more cauli and purple sprouting broccoli early next year, which is just off the picture here.
I am super proud of the cabbages I’ve grown this year, there’s actually enough to last us until the Spring cabbages come through which I am thrilled about.
Yes, this picture is posed, but the man LOVES his home grown raspberries – these have never let us down, every year they are prolific. I’m going to take some cuttings off them when I find out how!
Grace took this beautiful photo of one of the sweet pea colours we have. Simply fabulous.
These are the long purple podded climbing beans that were a bit of a last minute addition. In no time at all they have gone crazy and snapped the canes that I put in to support them.
Grace and Jack sometimes help out too. Can you see Jack?
The scarlet kale below is prolific but I have a reservation! The leaves are so curly that creepy crawlies hide in them easily and they’re a pain to clean. I’ll see what flat leaf varieties I want to grow for next year I think.
Here’s to the last few days where the veg plot looks green and lush, before the frosts nip their leaves and the ground goes to rest for the Winter.