Wednesday, 24 December 2014
Tuesday was another very mild December day, at least the strong to gale force winds of the last week abated to produce just a very breezy day. The rain was just about holding off so we decided on a trip to the plot to harvest some vegetables for Christmas dinner.
After a few years of having a complete crop failure with sprouts we've grown this variety called Crispus, a club root resistant type, for the last couple of years with much better results.
We also managed to harvest a few more seasonal vegetables too which looked pretty good once they’d had a quick wash. The savoy at the top of the picture is Resolution another first for us this year. We’re hoping that this variety along with a variety called Wintessa are going to give us savoys to harvest over the next couple of months.
Posted by Martyn Garrett at 10:04