I have snow peas, broccoli, Dutch carrots, onions, spring onions and potatoes growing. My spuds are just about ready to harvest, and my broccoli plants are growing at a rate of knots... I'm just praying they actually deliver some broccoli for me! The hard part about growing underground veggies like the spuds and onions, is that I never quite know when they're ready to harvest!
The rye grass around the outside of my veggie patch is growing great guns too, as you can see in the final picture! I was contemplating spraying the surrounding area with Round-Up, to kill off the grass so I can lay down some paving or gravel, but I a) don't want the chemicals affecting the veggies, and b) I don't want my little lamb accidentally ingesting some, as his pen is right next to the veggie patch.
So I'll whipper-snipper the area, then just lay down some old bricks that I'm collecting tonight from a Freecycler (a user of Freecycle). I have next week off work, thanks to the UCI cycle race being held in Geelong, so planting more veggies and tidying the area up is high on my To-Do list.
Do you have a veggie garden? What has grown for you, and what has been a flop? I always fail at growing capsicums - they are so puny and always have black spots :(