|Silverbeet - we are using it in just about everything!|
|Perennial leeks - the hardiest of the hardy|
|"Gold Rush" and "Blackjack" zucchinis|
Yep! Zucchini slice!!
|Tomatoes climbing through a ladder and wrought iron stand, comfrey, beetroot and kale|
The pumpkins are slowly ripening....
|Volunteer pumpkin (Qld Blue?)|
The beans are coming to an end. The Blue Lakes did make an appearance after all and have been as usual, ever generous. There really is nothing better than fresh, crispy beans straight of the vine!
|Blue Lake climbing beans|
The second bed in the greenhouse has been sown with salad greens, radishes and swedes. I have left room for a few broccoli to go in as well...
|Forgetting to label in my haste, I'm guessing these are radishes popping up..|
|Assorted cuttings for the 11yo's plant stall|
Our winter vegetables have just been sown...a little late, I know!
|Starting the winter vegetables: rainbow chard, red cabbage, sprouting broccoli, red onion, brown onion and annual leek.|
|Autumn foliage on blueberry|
This is the second eggplant that has graced our garden with it's presence this year.
|Eggplant - the second arrival, with another 2 on the way|
|Just Because. Pansies make me smile :)|
And the tomatoes are coming to an end. Not the best year with all of the humidity but still some reasonable harvests.
|Tomatoes - Tigerella, Red Fig, Cherry and San Marzano|
What's happening in your veggie patch this month?