Autumnal 2015 Garden Report
This year we had colder September as usual and a lot of rain in the first part of October. The second part of October we had beautiful weather with average temperature from 10 to 15C through the days and about 5C at the nights. All vegetables which will stay outside through the winter look very well. This month I put winter salad and garlic together in one bad for spring use. I also put in the bed my own seeds of spinach and silver onion.
It is interesting that the harvest was worse than last year although weather was this year much better. We hadn’t too much dryness and on the other hand not too much rain. The big disappointment was beans – zero and I got only four pumpkins through all season. The sapling of pear tree decayed. But the raspberries were very good and I got new plant of blackberry from friend.
I find out that for planning a rotation of crops and an accessibility it is better to have the garden organized in the regular beds. Furrows between the beds are good in rainy days. I am going to reorganize the garden once more.Preparing for the winter.