Autumn is upon us and some of the plants are coming to an end. Now is the time to start harvesting your winter squashes and pumpkins. Here’s how mine got on this year.
Not quite sure why I look so scary and toothless in this picture…..
Lottie and Dottie would be proud. Click HERE to buy the book. So you can grow some next year.
It’s that time of year when you can start to harvest some of your brassicas. They’ve been growing really well all summer and your managed to keep the birds and most of the butterflies at bay. So now you get your reward.
Harvesting them is very easy, so let me show you how I harvest mine….
Remember to check for any caterpillars that managed to get through, it just takes a couple of minutes, but is worth the extra effort.
“How’s everything getting on in the greenhouse?” I hear you cry…..
Well let’s have a look shall we…..
It’s that wonderful time of year when you get to harvest your wonderful, warm, sweet tomatoes. Whether you are growing them in a greenhouse or out in the garden, they will taste amazing!!
Here’s how I harvest mine….
Please don’t cry it’s only onions….
Now the tops have gone all droopy it’s time to harvest my onions. Considering as they went in very late they’ve not done too bad….
Now is that time of year when we start to harvest our potatoes. Freshly harvested and cooked potatoes have so much flavour, it makes you realise how flavourless the ones in the shops are.
Here’s how I’m harvesting mine this year.
I hope you enjoy tasting your freshly dug up potatoes, just add a little butter and a sprinkling of fresh herbs to hot new potatoes….yum!
It time for me to harvest my garlic, and it’s very easy to do. Make sure that you dry the bulbs for at least a month before storing otherwise they may go mouldy. If you want to store them in a fabric sack, or be fancy and tie them up in a fancy plait it’s up to you.
Here’s how I harvest mine.