WHAT'S LOOKING GOOD IN DECEMBER 2020


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November thread here :)

Chillies and Love Lies Oozing :)

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Bit quiet in the garden at the moment, a few bits of Autumn still hanging on....

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And a harbinger of spring :)...

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Here's a video I made of Autumn around the village :)

 

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Despite living near London, not seen many of these this year...

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I've actually been doing a lot with edible plants this year. The tomato vine is still limping along, as are the okra. I covered the eggplant with plastic when the nights started dipping into the 50s and so far it's worked. Might get a few more fruit before real winter kicks in.
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These are from recent harvests. I am wishing I had a few more kale plants, but I have a lot of chard I received from a friend recently.

The broccoli bolted, but otherwise all the brassicas are doing well and I just got more lettuce. Turnips look good and beets are starting to form. It's been quite lovely to go out to the garden and get food.
 
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Keep seeing more and more surprising volunteers as the ‘winter’ in Phoenix keeps going on. Found 2 ground cherries and a safflower in my corn bed. Also had 3 sunflowers grow (and blooming now!) in there too. I know corn and sunflowers don’t mix, but it’s always a nice surprise to see what kinds of volunteers you might get. Corn is looking good and my snow peas are producing bunches. My 1 kale plant is such a trooper. Survived the desert summer and is kicking into overdrive in the winter. In-laws also got me a dragonfruit and a new greenhouse for Christmas so it was awesome for me!
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