August Kitchen Garden: Wordless Wednesday

Borlotti Bean harvest, Pink Fur Potatoes, Parsley and Chives
Borlotti Bean harvest, Pink Fur Potatoes, Parsley and Chives
Ripening tomato
First ripe tomato
Cayenne chillies
Cayenne chillies
Facelifted Espalier Apple Trees Fluid seasonal continuity: Herbaceous borders; an update

any comments?

Comments: 6

  1. @MarianBythell The wall is our most prized asset. Kitchen garden in there too – http://t.co/84cFZ6at

  2. That looks great. It shows you how much you can grow in a relatively small area. Nice photo too.

  3. Nie trzeba kwiatów, warzywa i zioła też mogą być świetną ozdobą i do tego jadalną. Pozdrawiam

  4. Wow indeed, Petra. That looks fantastic – well done! My veg beds are mostly – empty!

  5. Hi Jason, Truth be told no. Growing has been really on short term basis. Have only added a few new things, when space becomes available. Just planted new crops of beetroots, and sown many new lettuces. Apart from that, have to start preparing for autumn/winter crops. I have never managed to do that successfully, so will need to do some reading!

  6. Wow, you have some impressive produce there Petra, I am very jealous! Have you grown enough to see you through the winter months?