|Onions, drying in the field, looks like a good crop this year.|
|The squash still have a lot of work to do after being planted so late, let's hope for a sunny September!|
|A patchwork of kales, Russian Red, Cavelo Nero, Red and Green Curly and Hungry Gap|
|Straw bought from a local farmer, in readiness to protect the carrots and beetroot over winter.|
Kings Wood in the background.
|The last of the leeks in the Nursery Bed that are still to be transplanted. |
The module grown ones are almost ready to harvest.
|Looking in to the Victorian Walled Garden. Sadly, some of the old wooden glasshouses are beyond repair.|
|Newly sown chard inside the walled garden.|
|We have sold a few organic figs at Stoke Newington market during August, this is where they came from, one of the remaining fig trees growing outside the walled garden.|
|A trial planting of Thai Basil for markets.|
|Phacelia strip next to our early leeks, food for bees.|
|A pear tree left over from the days when these fields were full of fruit. The pears are only good for cooking and do make a tasty jam, combined with summer and autumn berries. If you look hard you can see Wye Church in the background.|
|The 'Lazy Bed Weeder' - although after an afternoon on this you don't feel as if you've had a lazy afternoon at all! We all get to take turns driving the tractor.|