It’s been a long time coming, but we harvested our leek today.
Hubby planted six, and only two came to anything, one looking more like a spring onion.
Both went in the stew, which was totally delicious by the way.
Just a recap of our success stories this year:
cabbages, caulis, onions, tomatoes (still a good 2kg in the freezer), potato patch,
and today’s leeks
It’s been a good year.
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Bumper crop. And so beautiful and fresh.
They were delicious, and we still have a load of onions and tomatoes. We shall have another go at cabbages and caulis next year.
I am duly impressed. I am pondering a garden for next year.
We’ve always had a good crop of onions and tomatoes. This year our green beans were a dead loss, but our cabbages and cauliflowers are definitely on the cards for next year. You can’t beat home grown for flavour.
Yum! Nothing like it
We had a fantastic crop this year
We are still able to harvest kale from the garden! The tomatoes were okay and the beans did pretty good. No peppers this year and Sparky is considering squash again for next year… Your one leek looks nice and big but I’m guessing the little one will taste just as good!!
Both went in the stew instead of onions today, and it was delicious!
A fantastic crop 💜
We did very well again this year.