Hi Galina sadly the frosts have been hard here for quite some time so my late planted spuds haven't made it even though they were covered in fleece & in plastic raised beds to keep the soil warmer. I haven't dug them up yet though....the foliage has wilted very badly so I don't expect to get even one usable spud but I will leave them in the ground until Christmas eve & have a look then, you never know perhaps there will be a few. I had no intention to grow them so nothing ventured nothing gained
I've got lots growing for later in the Winter, variety of cabbages, Purple sprouting, Calabrese etc but I've only got Calvero Nero & Leeks to harvest at the mo. I'm munching my way through the veg in my freezer too, still got lots of courgettes to use up but I have finished off the beetroot, sweetcorn, beans & peas. Got quite a few butternuts to eat, expect they will be finished some time in January.
I've got a huge Chard still growing at the allotment but it has turned very bitter so I am letting the wildlife enjoy it.
Wishing you a wonderful Christmas xxxx