lettuce (winter gem and loose leaf)
carrots (Amsterdam sprint)
All but the turnips are in containers so they can be brought into the greenhouse over winter. They don't do much during the coldest months but once the sun starts to climb a bit higher in the sky they're off for some super early crops in spring.
Also pricked out some winter gem lettuce into individual pots which will be their permanent home.
These are in a rich compost but they will need a liquid feed boost to help them along once they reach a decent size.
Because the potato crop was later than normal due to the weather I had nowhere on the plot to put the first of my leeks so they were planted in an old plastic basket that I found washed up on the marsh. Sunday's chicken dinner had home-grown leeks which, although not large, were perfectly good.