My winter veg consists of three types of kale, Spring cabbage, chard, winter lettuces, leek, broccoli spring onion and bits and pieces still holding on from the Summer.
Left: Grown from seed: Kale Dwarf Green Curled and Cabbage January King
|Above: Kale Nero di Toscana with Kale Dwarf Green Curled.|
|Cabbage January King - I think I finally got all the caterpillars picked off; now watching out for slugs.|
|Above: Broccoli I've been told will grow over the winter. Not sure of its name.|
|Above: A few beetroot grown from seed at the end of June.|
|Chard 'White Silver 2' has been a staple diet for caterpillars all summer.|
|Amongst the Autumn leaves are a selection of late summer salad leaves 'Winter Blend' which are slow to grow but looking hopeful.|
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