It's been very productive in my garden, in the midst of the berry season, especially on the boysenberry front - summer puddings, red currant jelly, country wine fermenting away in the big jar on my kitchen table and a freezer bursting with frozen berries of all sorts. The scarlet runner beans are setting the the bright red flowers are quite a display in their own right. Tomatoes are swelling. All the chooks are laying. All seems well with the world while I'm in the garden. I hope you are enjoying yourselves there too.
Thank you, as ever, to Greg S for the planting notes.
|JANUARY||Week 1||Week 2||Week 3||Week 4|
|French Bush Beans (last chance)||x|
|Swedes (last chance)||x|
|Lettuce (last chance to grow to decent size)||x||x||x|
|Cauliflower P to G||x|
|Cabbage P to G||x|
|Broccoli P to G||x|
|Cabbage (direct seedlings small style cabbages)||x||x||x|
|Lettuce - last chance before winter||x||x|