Then I went to my Brassica tunnel to continue planting. When I had finished I had set out 3 rows of Brussel Sprouts, a row of Purple Sprouting and half a row of 'Kilaton' cabbages. The last I am told can be pulled up in mid-winter and hung in a cool place to store for up to a couple of months. Useful!
I then set about harvesting the crops I did not have time for yesterday. The Loganberry at the end had fruit so I stared to pick, only to discover the 'wild' raspberries growing round it were very prolific as well, once I had learned to distinguish them apart. In fact the 'wild' raspberries produced more than the transplanted ones.
I got a big picking of peas, the last of one row and the beginning of the next row. Then I uprooted a row of old Broad Beans, extracting any beans left and got enough not to have to start picking from the follow-on row.
Finally I pulled up a large 'Spring' cabbage to take home. It does not have a very dense heart but there will be plenty to eat in it.