It’s been a wet week with plenty rain and little time to get outside with the camera as report writing is keeping me indoors. So I thought I’d reflect a little on the growing year. There is no doubt it has been the best one for years. Despite late frosts in the spring it has been a long growing season and this has helped a number of winter vegetables including the celeriac.
Some years this may only get to golf ball size for me but this year they are the size of a good fist, plenty to add to a soup or stew.
Leeks too have done well. I learned this year to give them an extra feed too, which has probably helped.
I love this curly kale. Not only does it look great, it tastes good too. Despite a few caterpillar attacks and late sowing it is now doing really well and looking healthy.