2 in 1 that's sounds great, I must give them a try!
Thanks for the variety of Calabrese. Kohl Rabi is 2 veggies in 1, the leaves are like cabbage and the bulb is like turnip, easy to grow too. I saw them in the supermarket , but they had cut the leaves off and selling the bulb alone for 1 euro...!!
Good luck Catherine that's a fair list of veg. I've not tried Kohl Rabi before so perhaps that's another one for my list (although I should buy some first and try it!). I grew Calabrese Aquiles F1 which is just like the brocolli we buy in the shops, sown little and often they give quite a good supply all summer.
Wow, yes...that is some list, Damo !!!
I am going to sow what worked well for me last year and sow veggies that we WILL eat ! Sowing less at one time and some more at intervals. I sowed enough for the kids and grandkids last year,but they didn't take as much as I thought !
This year I will definitely be planting Caulies, Onions ( a lot more to get us through til spring), Spring onions, more Red Onions, Golden Ball Turnips, French and Runner beans, going to try Savoy cabbage , Christmas Drumhead. I actually liked the Kohl Rabbi last year,so a few of them too. Not as many tomatoes as last year...had way too much......just 1 Beafsteak, 2 Moneymakers, maybe 2 hanging baskets of Cherry toms, and seeds of Pannovy (SureGrow) toms that I saved . A little more lettuces, Cos, Iceberg. Going to try to get the broccoli that we know from the supermarket, not sprouting. Will try last years Carrot and Parsnip seeds in boxes as my soil is fairly stony.Peas already are about 3 inches tall, and of course lots more potatoes. That should keep me going! Good Luck Everyone :)