I am still optimistically working in the garden, and today decided to harvest the remaining peppers - and pretty much clear GH2 in the process.
I also planted out some spring flowers in the veg patch - Cornflowers and Calendula are meant to be hardy enough to struggle through the colder months and provide some much needed greenery in early spring. You see - thinking ahead! Paul and I have already discussed the dynamics of the veg plot for next year...>*!
That is, of course, when the current planting will have come into fruition by March and April. Over the past month I have also planted the following:
Potatoes (for Christmas)
These have joined:
Parsnips (not many - very recalcitrant)
Turnips (don't hold out much hope here)
In GH1 I also have various seedlings doing their thing at varying degrees of enthusiasm; Chinese Leaves, Delphiniums, Parsley, more Calendula, Sweet Peas, Hot Peppers (fingers crossed I can harvest these soon), Lupins, and various other random plants which seem to have snuck themselves neatly in amongst the known varieties!
Still, a sprinkle of the unknown can make life interesting...