Best of 2015.

It’s been an absolutely great year in the greenhouse and on the allotment plot. As I’ve said many times before; there isn’t anything more satisfying than growing your own food. Particular highlights have been growing Yacon and Achocha for the first time and trialling new Oca varieties as part of the Guild of Oca Breeders.

I’m looking forward to starting planning and sowing seeds for next year. However in the meantime here are some of my favourite photos from this year.

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Ulluco
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Jerusalem Artichokes
Black Futsu Squash
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Red Cabbage
Colourful Harvest
Summer Harvest
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Sweet corn – Double Standard
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Achocha
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Blueberries, Tomatoes and Cucamelons
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Cucamelons

7 Comments Add yours

  1. What a delicious looking 2015 you had! My mouth is watering 🙂 Wishing you a wonderful gardening year ahead. Dan

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    1. Hope you have a great gardening and growing 2016 too!

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  2. Grower says:

    I’d love to try yacon but I had such lousy luck with oca I think I’ll give exotic tubers a pass this year. Achocha is on my short list of “new” things to try, though. Have a great gardening year!

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    1. Same to you, have a great 2016!

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  3. Im hoping to have as much luck as you this year, wishing you all the best and success for 2016. Happy Gardening!

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  4. Hope you have a great gardening year too!

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  5. Julieanne says:

    What wonderful harvests you got. How did you grow the Ulluco & what does it it taste like?

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