The Garden Continues to Produce
Despite the high winds and very autumnal weather we’re having, the garden is still producing for us.
The herbs are all still doing well and so is the veg.
We dug up our last crop of potatoes recently and have been gradually munching our way through the beetroots. There are some onions that look just about ready and the courgettes and beans are still appearing all the time. We also have a huge Pumpkin on the way. I’m not sure whether or not we’ll eat much of this or if it will be hollowed out for Halloween but it’s getting bigger by the day.
The wind has taken its toll on a few plants though, even some of the lavenders out the front are looking a little worse for wear after the gales, but most things seem to be holding up well. Once the wind abates a little it’ll be time to get out there, clear up a little and start preparing things for winter.
We’ve also taken delivery of a number of bulbs that I need to plant ready for the Spring. There’s always something to do in the garden.