As you can see the two Jerusalem Artichokes are getting very tall and starting to flower. I would guess-timate that they are about 10 foot tall. Recent stormy weather brought down a few of the thick stems, but it still looks healthy. I wonder what it tastes like?
In front of it is the Corn that is not doing so well. They need a lot of sunshine and I don’t think they are suited to our heavy-clay soil. Not many cobs on there as yet. To the left are the courgette plants that have been prolific this year. We have to water and harvest them every 3-4 days. They are currently covered in mildew and are only have a few yellow flowers on them. I think they will need composting soon as frost is due at this time of year.