Looking good @Jason. 👍
I've planted cabbage, cauliflower, spring onions and brown onions.
I've sown brown onions, red onions, carrots, spinach, bok choi, cabbage, basil and a few flowers for the pollinators such as Viola, Pansy and Snapdragons. All but the red onions are at very small seedling stage now.
I have some Australian white garlic bulbs coming and 2 varieties of seed potatoes coming, that will be planted when they arrive.
In my little Bunnings patio green house, I have 6 capsicum, a jalapeno and 3 other chili plants living there and will stay there over winter.
I have a few small raised beds made from washing machine drums, where I planted sweet potato slips and I planted a few supermarket spuds that I let the eyes sprout out. 1 month later and I have very healthy and actively growing leaves above the mulch on all of them.
I plan to make a big cold frame this weekend and will house them in that.
I hope to get away with planting the store bought potatoes and I might be pushing my luck with the sweet potatoes.
I'm also doing the "regrow" experiment where I have the bottom of 2 celery we recently used and I have them in water and new celery is growing up from the middle of them.
Also doing the same thing with some spring onions we recently used.
I growed Kale. Grew very good within 2 weeks and now full of catepillars. Still trying organic methods and nothing works.
Have you tried Yates 40g Natures Way Caterpillar Killer Dipel Insecticide? Everyone I have ever recommended this to has come back in-store to let me know how fantastic it was. It's a certified organic caterpillar control product which can be used on edibles (herbs, vegetables and fruits) and ornamentals. I also recommend it as it does not harm bees, ladybirds, birds, fish, mammals and pets.