Weekly winter harvest


Small bounty from the veggie patch

It’s lovely to return to my veggie patch at the local community garden after a three week sorjourn overseas. The leeks and garlic are growing strong and sturdy, English spinach is luscious green and leafy, the red oak lettuce and rocket are doing well. Baby beetroot seedlings have survived the recent bucketing rain, red onions are shooting for the winter sun, and snow pea tendrils are climbing haphazardly up make-shift frames. This week’s small bounty (above) is already being put to good use.


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