I thought I would give you a tour of my garden in this post. I have been busy and have lots to show you. I use 'Deep Raised Beds' to grow vegetables in a small space. These have several advantages. They are easy to maintain, easy weeding and no digging and the soil warms up a little quicker to give the plants a headstart. I read a book 'Square Foot Gardening' and follow some of these ideas, as plants are finished more get poked in. I get a reasonable amount of produce from a small space although it does become haphazard.
I rotate what it is them each year as vegetables do not like to grow in the same space year after year. The Potatoes are taking over here but there are also Parsnips and Courgettes.
This bed is home to Spinach, Onion, Turnips, Beetroot, Broad Beans, one or two Lettuce, and a Tomatillo. It also has the Cold Frame that I use for salad crops, Rocket, Radish and Chives.
The last one has Runner Beans, Peas and Kohlrabi.