I gave her a full assortment of everything we could possibly sow right now in my possession.
Here's a picture of the full selection she chose: turnips, white radish, rocket, beetroot, salad leaves (now that we've passed mid summer the hope is that these will not bolt) and mizuna. I think we're pushing the sowing window for turnips and beetroot but we'll see. You never know - autum might be mild. I would also like to get some kohl Rabi and some Kai Laan in the ground before it's too late - I love the sweets stalks of Kai Laan!
On the new section, I've also been populating it with seedlings I had ready for growing: leeks, quinoa, chard and orache. I've also moved some globe artichokes to the plot as once they are established this will be a much better site for them than my cooler home garden.
From my side of the plot we have quite a few things cropping: last of the broadbeans, chard by the bucket load (Fiona, these are the seeds you gave me for Christmas - thank you!), kale and radish pods.
The sweetcorn and squash plants are growing well so a bit more comfrey feed and I think we'll be eating summer squashes soon. Although a pest does like chopping the sweetcorn down so we may not get to eat corn on the cob, but we'll see.