|All Year Round|
This is another type of chicory. I'm not exactly sure what type, because it came from a mixed pack of seeds. It looks as if it may be a Treviso" type, which doesn't form a tight ball-shaped heart.
I'm still hoping to be able to get some useable Endive, so I keep putting in a few seedlings whenever / wherever I have space. You can see one at the right of this next photo. With the cooler, wetter weather maybe they will be less inclined to bolt.
The late peas are also enjoying the moist conditions. Although they are not very big yet, the plants already have quite a few flowers. Actually I'm not expecting these "Kelvedon Wonder" peas to grow much more than two feet tall. I'm hopeful that I might get a couple of helpings of pods before the frosts come along.