>It may be cold outside right now, no, I correct myself, it IS cold out right now. But, one benefit from the ice cap covering the plot has brought about some stunning pictures. The myriad colours of the brassica leaves,lightly dusted with Winter’s icing sugar has resulted in some wonderful images.
Beetroot wilting as the air turns artic.
A bed of Leeks show why they are hardy and essential Winter standby.
Young Cabbage leaves dusted by Winter.
Flat-leaved Parsley and seed heads.
A different view of Japanese Radish ‘Mooli’
Autumn planted Onions with leaf litter.
The thick ribs of a Purple Sprouting Plant.
The leaves of a Tayberry imitate the rust covered frame it climbs through.
Thick, almost rubber looking Ruby Chard may wilt but recover when the sun comes out.
The thick,leathery leaves of a large cabbage remain firm against the freezing temperatures.