It's a very healthy looking basket of veg. I live in the city and don't have many spots that get enough sunshine but I'm growing chard, capsicum, still some eggplants and beetroot. I'm thinking I might have left it too late for winter veg, I'll have to look into that. Otherwise I think I'll see what seeds I can sew in time for spring planting.
Thanks Sarah, thanks for reading my blog, and becoming a member! If you're able to plant your winter vegies reasonably quickly (assuming your climate is similar to mine) you should still be able to get a crop going. What about some peas and kale? They are both good for high production in a relatively small area.
Oh Leeks! I need to make sure those are on my to plant list!
Hello! This my first time commenting though I have been reading for a while now. Your veg look great. I find your blog really inpsiring as I am constantly learning and dreaming in my garden. I have passed an award on to you...please drop by and see: http://domesticartisan.blogspot.com.au/2012/05/blogging-community-love.html
Wow, thanks so much Stacey, that's really kind of you, I really appreciate the award! :-)