The garlic is doing fine now that I replaced the soil that was washed away.
The kale and the sprouts are under the net. The pigeons have striped the plants on some of the other plots.
I'm not growing orange juice.I use the cartons to earth up the leeks. They did better at the front of the plot last year.
Over all it's not too bad. The soil is still very wet and weeds are a bit of a problem but I don't want to spend a lot of money putting in paths as there is talk about the council putting up the fee. I have paid for 2012, but there is a rumour going around that they want to put it up to 300 euro for 1213 and if they do I will have to think very hard about keeping it on.
Our lovely new road. The other one got washed away when the Camac flooded the allotments in October. It is great to be able to drive up to your plot without fear of the car getting stuck.
Rose's in January
A bit untidy but still colourful.
This is the bed I want to do a revamp to this year. And yes that is a sprouts plant in the the middle of it. I dug it up from the allotment and brought it home before Christmas so on Christmas morning I could go out and pick some for the dinner.