Then the old-fashioned raised beds area, which has kale and winter onions. East of that is unhappy looking leeks and happy looking celeriac.
I roughly dug over one of the beds that was a path last season and is therefore badly compacted. I then added a top dressing of organic chicken manure, and covered it over with weed suppressing fabric. I'm thinking I might do the same for the next bed south as it is in a similar state.
I will be interested to see what it the soil is like come the spring, and whether it might be worth doing this with the whole plot in future winters.
Sawed up the little apple tree and took off some spare branches from the others. They are probably going to come out next year anyway, unless they shape up and produce some decent fruit.