There's not huge amounts to choose from at this time of year in the garden.
I still have a few leeks left, lots of chard, nettles (hey their edible, they count!) and my love that is - purple sprouting.
Lets be honest, this is not an easy vegetable to grow. I've described it before as the "footballers wife" of the vegatble world.
It's high maintenance, a heavy feeder, in the plot a long time, every insect wants to eat it and every pigeon from miles around can see it and wants to land on it all winter.
And every year I think it's not worth the effort, until I eat some. Truth be told, I just love the stuff, my one daughter even eats it raw straight out the garden, I'll often find her snacking off the plant! And there is so little else at the moment that I'd be really lost without it.
So will I be growing it next year?
And will it cause me so many problems that I think it's not worth it?
You can bet on it!
But come April next year I'm sure I'll feel the same as I do now!
Who else loves purple sprouting?
What veg do you grow that's loads of trouble and only worth it when you get to eat it?