The beetroot that were grazed off by the Wallaby earlier in the season have managed despite their mauling to survive and their roots are now thickening. This last week I decided to pick a few - they are small but I always deliberately over plant beetroot and use the first pickings to thin the crop. As time goes on the roots will become bigger as more space is made for others.
I have also been picking zucchinis determined to get most from this crop before the frost shuts it down.
Other pickings this week have been peaches - lovely white ones,
loads of rocket, some radish, herbs and some chillies which are getting strung up to dry.
and the first four snow peas, only two pictured here as I quickly ate the other two - they often don't make it inside.
I am contributing this to Daphne's Harvest Monday. My harvest is pretty meagre for this time of the year for Southerners. I am sure that others who occupy this half of the globe will have much more produce to show you.