Deb's veg patch
It looks great with all the different shades of green and blue.
Looks great! It reminds me of the way the veg beds were done in the Eden Project in Cornwall when we visited in 2003. We keep saying we must go back sometime, it is an amazing place.
What's planted in it looks great.
Martin - in what direction is ISS visible
What a veg patch it looks great well done Deb's
Sorry saw you entry to late. Iss always west to east the same direction as the earth, and seems to always be on the southern half of the sky. Cloudy here saw nothing
It does look a picture. Will you give us a run down, front to back, of what's planted?
On the back row nearest the wall is a row of Russian Giant sunflowers. Supposed to be able to grow to 16ft tall! Next is 2 rows of black kale, Kale Nero di Toscana, gets darker and darker until is almost black, then a row of rainbow chard, with stems in shades of pink, yellow, red and whites followed by 2 rows of purple pak choi, then a row of freckled chicory and finally a couple of rows of beetroot bulls blood. And then there is a wigwam of the runner bean Painted Lady next to it all.
Was looking out in that direction but didn't see anything. Cloudy here too.
Excellent. I grew Russian Giants last year. One tried to escape through the roof window of my greenhouse!
Looks brilliant, even in its infancy.
Looks really great, Ye have a fab garden.
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