My great success this year has been my Winter 'greens'. I have lots of Cavolo Nero, lots of Perpetual Spinach, and lots of Swiss Chard.
I also have more than enough Peppers, Aubergines, and Courgettes; plus a reasonable supply of Carrots.
The large mess of Tomato plants (in the top photo) is finally offering us some fruit, and they are looking very good. The plants, bought by Lady Magnon, are grafted, and were 'guaranteed' to be disease resistant. I have had to prop them us, as the weight of all the fruit on them is causing them to topple.
Elsewhere there are Pumpkins, Squashes, etc, and a few self sown Jerusalem Fartichokes are dotted around. Other than my failure to produce either Beans or early Tomatoes, things have eventually turned out OK.