You are only allowed to look if you promise not to mention the weeds 😆 We’ve just not managed to get there enough this year; too many unfortunate – and fortunate – events and emotional stresses, lack of car, being poorly. Still. What went in had variable success and we learned lots for this Autumn and next Spring and the fruits of what did well have inspired us pretty well. I wish we’d done better, but… well 🙂 You live and learn and I always knew a full allotment would be a challenge this year.
The other night we brought home about a 1/3 of our potato crop, some 15kg of them and half our onions and a good number of garlic bulbs. I was really pleased with that. You can’t go too far wrong with onions and potatoes but I’ve never managed to make garlic grow before, so I was thrilled with that. The weeds ARE pretty bad, but maybe they’ve meant people haven’t noticed our produce growing, so perhaps that is no bad thing.
There are a few carrots, some shallots, some parsnips, celeriac, a couple of leeks and more carrots and tomatoes and spring onions in the garden. I’m still gutted not to get many courgettes this year though 🙂
Overall, it’s been a learning year but it hasn’t cost us more than we’ve grown and I’m pleased. Now to get it all weeded down and some winter crops in. I’m open to suggestions on that from people who know about such things 🙂