In the summer I stewed the peaches from our self sown tree behind the garage and then froze them in small lots. I use them on my morning porridge. The excess summer tomatoes I froze raw in bags Both of these I have just finished this week so that is not bad going as I use a lot in casseroles etc. The sweetcorn was from the market and I froze in meal size packets after blanching and removing from the cob and I still have some of that left.
We have finished the cabbages and broccoli and I removed the cabbages yesterday and today Doug has weeded that bed ready for the early bean seedlings we bought the other day (a spur of the moment purchase). It will be interesting to see how they do but they are good healthy seedlings (a punnet of green and one of yellow beans).
Before he did that Doug fixed up the two water fountains and two lighthouses that fused during the heavy storm a few weeks ago. He had to wait for them to dry out before he could work on them. (Doug, of course, made the lighthouses).
A beautiful day today - started at 5 degrees and ended up at 18 degrees.