The most amazing tomato plant in the whole wide world has met it's end, I chopped it down on Good Friday, a fitting day for such a feat, it took a fair bit of dismantling too I must stress.
After sorting out the weeds and giving the soil a bit of a loosening we have planted our own raised silverbeet seeds (chard) and some cardif leeks and broccoletti (small broccolli) seedlings. Will start some long cylindra beetroot and hollow crown parsnip seeds next.
Daylight saving has ended now so dreaded winter is on it's way.
Spring will be wonderful though of course!
Photo of late harvest, there are heaps of chillies and peppers though, we'll have to preserve some of the wildfire chillies in oil I think.