|Dwarf snap peas, snap peas and snow peas with various supports|
|Snow pea in flower|
|The first snow pea - yay!|
|More snow peas and snap peas - but not sure which is which.|
I didn't photograph the garlic that's taken off. And that's because I have been naughty and have not dealt with the weeds that have also taken off all round them. Tsk tsk.
And I have a bed of broad beans that haven't yet emerged.
I also have a bunch of beetroot that I planted with other greens over summer. I was snipping bits off for salads and then forgot all about them and before I knew it they'd grown into beetroot. Which I don't much like. But I did get inspired by Suburban Tomato's beetroot post not too long ago so I must get cracking and cook something with them.
But here's the thing. I have room for more. Quite a bit more. What should I do? I can't stand to see the wasted space. I will plant some potatoes but my mum gave me one of those potato growing bags for Christmas and I have a big rubbish bin that works quite well, so there's still space in the patches.
I'm thinking carrots. Even though carrots don't seem to like me I could give them another try. And what else? Any suggestions.