Let's see inside 2021/22
toomanytommytoes Offline
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Left border: pak choi, komatsuna, mizuna, mibuna, tatsoi, coriander, 1 row of onion sets next to the glass

Right border: lettuce, chard, kale, spinach, room for some parsley at the end, 3 rows of garlic interplanted 

Two pots of carrots and two manky peppers with fruit which I am trying to save seed from.

Seedling shelf: overwintering onions, parsley, spare lettuce, lamb's lettuce, miner's lettuce, cauliflower, calabrese, cabbages and flowers


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You both but me to shame. My gh only has old tomatoes in the hope they will ripen, a few trays of antirrhinum seedlings, some pots of young penstemons and not a lot else. Sad
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I find tomatoes start losing their taste in October, especially if the weather is as rubbish as it has been, and I'm a bit sick of eating them by now anyway so I'm never too sad to rip them out. They always succumb to botrytis at this time of year too so there's no point keeping them alive.
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Agreed TMTT, but I live in hope but am usually disappointedSmile
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