Everything that needed to be dug over, has been. Now only a few bits of late greenery remain.
Still plenty of Cavolo Nero, a row of Perpetual Spinach, and a few lettuces under plastic.
Having said that, it's now when I begin to harvest one of my favourite crops; the flowery sproutings that erupt from all over my Winter Greens.
With the Cavolo Nero (above), I first cut the tops, then I let more sprouts develop all the way down the stems (we ate the ones above last night).
It's like a bonus crop that many veg' growers miss; having taken out all their old plants far too early.
Make a note; don't be in a rush to take out all those old stems, be patient and they'll give you another delicious crop.