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  • rary
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    Pulled the last of my tomatoes today, a strange year, as I also removed bedding plants which were still in flower, I have never had tomatoes or bedding plants as late as this in the past

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  • Bren In Pots
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    Spinach, mint and chives for this evenings Saag aloo and dip.

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  • Jungle Jane
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    Those spring onions look like my leeks that’s a lovely harvest

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  • Mr Bones
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    The last four cucumbers, peppers, spring onions, carrots, apples, toms and zinnias
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  • Bren In Pots
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    Yesterday.
    The last of my chillis, raspberries, mixed lettuce, basil, toms and chives.

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  • Mr Bones
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    Carrots, rocket and radicchio (radicchio in that bed needs using to make way for planting garlic..)

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  • Mr Bones
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    Lettuce, radicchio, spring onions, celeriac and apples.

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  • peanut
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    Cucumbers, toms, red lunch box peppers, various chillies and some kale.
    And Apples, always forget to mention the fruit!

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  • Bren In Pots
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    The first of my parsnips, french beans, toms, herbs and raspberries.

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  • Mr Bones
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    Yesterday, the last few baby courgettes (plants are now out), spring onions and a nicely hearted radicchio.

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  • SimpleSimon
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    Well technically yesterday but the final ripe tomato harvest of the year 😭.

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  • ameno
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    French beans, tomatoes, autumn rhubarb, and 2.2kg of sweet peppers.
    I've been steadily processing the peppers by cutting them up and bagging them into meal-sized portions.

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  • Mr Bones
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    Courgettes, spring onions and cucumbers.

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  • peanut
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    My first Blue Hubbard Squashes, never grown them before. Chuffed to bits with them Click image for larger version

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  • Bren In Pots
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    Raspberries, chard, mixed lettuce, basil, toms, chives and I've picked the last Scarlet emperor bean seeds that I've boiled then frozen.

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