After many wheelbarrows full of farmyard manure the garden is now ready for winter. Black plastic is covering large areas of open ground preventing the weeds from taking over in the spring. A thick layer of muck covers large areas - hopefully the worms will keep busy this winter and drag it all into the soil to make a nice humus rich growing medium.
The last of the carrots and turnips have been dug up, but there is still a good supply of sprouts for Christmas and several beautiful red cabbage.
The chicory has been dug up and planted in pots for forcing, never done it before so watch this space!
It is cold, very cold, outside but luckily we have missed the snow, just a few snow flurries, but nothing on the ground.