Last years garlic crop hanging in the laundry. Could be just enough to take us through to January which would be a first. We usually run out.
If you look closely here is this years garlic crop coming through after an excellent winter chill. (A self-sown broad bean to the left, they were the last crop.) It had been so wet I wondered whether the cloves had rotted as I planted them back in about May.
Now this unpromising piece of garden still has buried treasure. Actually I have discovered this year that the garden doesn't care how it looks. It still produces for me. Look in the bucket below.
I suppose the photo doesn't help, but when they are scrubbed and trimmed
here's the best vegetables you can get. I'm so proud of you guys. You are awesome.
Now this is what I have been aiming for below, volunteers, self-sown kale growing up amongst the spring onions. I've been trying to let the things I want self-seed and if possible...reduce the weed seeds.
Weeds have a very short seed cycle and vegetables have a long one, heres the