Well Autumn is nearly over and the winter is about to set in. It has certainly cooled off in the last few days too.
My vertical Kumara was a great success., getting 1. 5 kg of orange kumara in a just under a 1/3 m ter square. I think I should have lifted them a week ago though as a few were split. The last rain may have been too much. Will keep 1 to sprout so October I can plant a second generation.
The dry morning has let me mow the lawns at last, so garden is looking a bit more respectable.
The Brassica garden is doing well, worms have been a nightmaee, but seem to be slowing down now, the other gardens have cover crops, apart from carrots and silver beet.
Yams I will dig up this afternoon as the tops are dying down.
The broad beans are doing well, and I have a few snow peas flowering.
Pea straw will arrive this afternoon so I can start preparing my pepper bed and set up the green house for August transplants.
Hope everyone stays nice and warm over winter, enjoy the roasts, casseroles and chilli 😊