However, this year will be different. I said that last year and the year before, but this time really it will be different as progress has been made.
But before I share progress in my garden plot, I am partly writing this post to coincide with Harvest Monday with my offering of overwintering Rainbow Swiss Chard from the garden. I used some of it early in the month for a Black Bean Chile, this however will be used for a quick Indian style vegetable curry. Also by joining in with Harvest Monday, I am hoping my love for growing vegetables will be reignited.
|Ruby Red Chard|
|Various Tomato Seedlings|
|Peas and Salad Leaves|
The raspberry and gooseberry bushes are lowering, so is the Plum tree (not shown here).
You won't l know it, but here are two lines of potatoes.
Next patch of land is clear and ready to welcome the new recruits from courgettes to broad beans and peas.
A little more digging here to do to clear the weeds and then this will be ready for brassicas.
This is the back of the garden plot. I have dug out the raspberry canes here and put seating there, so we can sit and look down at the garden plot.
And finally, this rhubarb is fattening, but I plan to harvest some at the weekend and share it with you for next weeks Harvest Monday which is hosted by Dave over Our Happy Acres