The summer has come to an end, the autumn welcomed us with rainy cold days, so we decided it’s time to gather what our school’s vegeatble garden offered us after a few months’ vegetation period. In June we sowed the seeds of some most popular vegetables: carrots, parsley, beetroots, raddish. A few weeks ago we collected the crops. We were happy to see the vegetables we produced. But we also learnt a lesson – the carrots and parsnips were really small. There were a few reasons. First of all, the soil in our garden wasn’t fertile enough, secondly we should have thinned out the seedlings to about 2-3 cm apart so they could have more space to grow, thirdly this year’s summer wasn’t too adventageous – rather wet but not too warm. We have something to think about before spring comes.