It all looks rather good
This is the front end - grew the pumpkins in these raised beds
This fenced in area currently has green manure in it which I will need to dig in when the land has dried out a bit.
I also grew all my climbing beans in here, sunflowers, courgettes, parsnips, carrots
and leeks. It wasn't a good year for leeks, because of the drought, but I dug up quite a large clump. Behind them is the big fruit cage, with redcurrants, blackcurrants, raspberries and a loganberry
This is the far end of my allotment beyond the fruit cage.
In the foreground I grew all my potatoes, so this year it will be my courgette and pumpkin patch
In this fenced off area I grew all my brassicas, peas onions, carrots, parsnips and radishes.
The Russian Kale is ready for picking and I picked some greens for the bantam babes at home.
In the raised beds I grew bush french and haricot beans.
The bushes beside them are gooseberries. I am hoping for a good crop off them this year, as I moved them the previous winter from the bottom of my allotment which I gave up.
In the foreground are jostaberry bushes that I grew from tiny cuttings.
As well as a row of compost bins at the bottom of my plot, I have also built some huge compost areas for the horse manure a friend brings for me. Doesn't look like much at the moment, but when it's rotted down its pure rich black compost - and works a treat.
Next time I am up here, I will be doing some serious work.