Today, at the school garden, I lifted the fleece on the salad bed:
This is where the peas and beans grew this year, but then we planted out plug plants at the beginning of September. The fleece was deployed in the middle of October just before the first frost arrived.
In the foreground the Mizuna is looking nice and frilly. At the other end the Land Cress or American Cress is thriving :
There were four sorts of lettuce, with the Marveille de Quatre Saisons stealing the show with its rouged leaves.
Just while I am on the subject of summer crops I can't resist showing of the solitary chilli from last year. It was an unsuccessful experiment for me spanning some four varieties. I did learn that they really do need to be treated as indoor plants in Scotland. The unheated greenhouse was ok for tomatoes and cucumber but the chillis just refused to grow. Add to this my over enthusiastic watering (in a vain attempt to encourage growth) and you can understand why they protested. It was only when I brought them back indoors that this one fruit eventually ripened.