I also decided to trim down one of the 'flower beds' and do it as a semi vegie patch ... so in here I have planted asparagus and turnips : )
The cos lettuce is looking nice and healthy, am putting it down to the citrus fertiliser as the lime tree they are around is thriving as well and is loaded with new shoots and even a flower bud!The raddicchio hasnt had enough cold yet to turn it the colour I like, but am hoping it will get there - unless of course I am completely confusing varieties with the red leaved and white centre veined one that I love (bit bitter, bit sweet).
The romanesco broccoli has started developing a head, am surprised because everytime I have grown broccoli (or tried) it usually gets about 60cm high before it starts, and this one is barely 20cm high.
I thought Id lost my artichokes from the spotty fungus problem as one of them was covered in it, but I rubbed it off, cleared a well, and it looks okay, so far : )
Nat, I have 2 avocado seedlings if you want them. I am pretty sure they are Hass variety (but I could be wrong as I dont keep track of the Avocado varieties I eat, lol). Avocados are pretty easy to grow, and dont believe what they say (that a avocado grown from seed wont fruit) because all of mums trees are from seed and they all fruit.
My broad beans are caning along nicely. Lots of flowers, so hopefully will have a nice crop.
The manky capsicums are still growing fruit.
Consensus is that the miscellaneous seedling is a pumpkin of some sort (the other one is apparently a rockmelon). It is surrounded by brussel sprouts. I am pretty over people saying that I plant too close together. I like the look of packed vegie beds, and it hasnt seemed to of affected my yields so far.