The garlic bed is looking pretty. The raised bed behind holds leeks.
The first bed holds white mustard, beetroot, carrots, spring onions.
In the second bed you find cabbage growing. The third bed, with the tall loops, has broccoli.The long bed in front, covered by an old curtain, holds freshly sown purple dragon carrots.
All this covering, first of all to keep out the chooks (as they tend to break into the veggie garden and do terrible damage to mulched beds), and to keep out the Cabbage White - so as to avoid all these caterpillars munching on all the greenery.
Two late-maturing varieties of apples - Granny Smith and Lady William. Netted to avoid the winged rats getting our fruit.Inside Lady William's veil: