My ornamental plants are starting to shed their Summer beauty for more sedate Autumnal finery, but no so the vegetables and herbs. My little veggie planters are brimming with produce waiting to be pickled and we can’t eat it as fast as its growing. I added a few new things this month. I like to plant and grow herbs that are not always available at the local supermarket. A new one is fennel which comes up occasionally in recipes. So this month I added fennel, more coriander, rocket (a red variety), I was gifted three green pepper plants (Thanks Helen!) and added a few more coriander plants as we have had to buy coriander to supplement our own home-grown.

Let’s have a look at whats going on …

In the veggie planter lots is growing

Coriander, basil, fennel and parsleyCoriander, basil, fennel and parsley

Lemon grass and two chillisLemon grass and two chillis

Tomatos are still ripeningTomatos are ripening

New colour in the veggie patchNew colour in the veggie patch

Cherry tomatoesCherry tomatoes

The reddish coloured rocketThe reddish coloured lettuce

Flat leaf Italian parsleyFlat leaf Italian parsley

The interesting looking fennelThe interesting looking fennel

I bought this pepper for the foliage 🙂I bought this for the foliage :)

Green pepper almost readyGreen pepper almost ready

What are you harvesting this month? Please share with us and join in at Garden Bloggers Harvest day.

About Garden Bloggers Harvest Day

Please join us on the 5th of every month and show us what you’ve harvested. Whether you have a massive vegetable garden or grow a few herbs in pots or just pick a few peaches from a tree … we’d love to see! Its all about sharing our experiences, photographs, successes and failures as we “learn to grow”.

So prepare a post on your blog about what you harvested this past month, link up to us at The Gardening Blog and then, add your link to the Mr. Linky on the April Harvest Day post so we can all visit your blog and “share in your harvest”. And leave us a comment! We LOVE hearing from you!

Happy Harvesting