Visits to the plot are wonderfull bringing home lots of produce and not a lot of work just keeping things in order.I took my camera around the various plots to show what is providing colour and interest and not a little curiosity!A picture tells a thousand words so lots of pics and few words.
Our own artichokes have finally started appearing
Japanese wineberry, looks like a strawberry but tastes sweet and juicy.
Some artichokes allowed to continue in to flower
Apples on one of the 10 new trees which Zwena planted last year in a new orchard area.
Our own pumpkin.
View up the path of the new plots showing some of the flowers.
Lots of sunflowers, competition will be fierce for the winners this year!
Rosie's well ordered plot
Pears on Rosie's 2 year old tree.
Rudebecka and fennel flowers make a striking scene
Zwena's 'famous' Kiwi tree after being cut back and pruned to allow light and space.
Greengages on Zwena's plot.
Plum tree is also on Zwena's plot, the branches had to be supported with ropes as the weight of the fruit was threatening to split the branches.
Our onion Guru Christy has his onions in orderly ranks.
I plaited ours up and brought them home today to hang in the shed to continue drying as the forecast is not too good for the remainder of this week.
Big boy beef tomato is getting bigger and one of them has started turning red today
One of our miserable cucumber plants, long spindly and yellow.
The tiny fruits on the top of the second one, none grew on the lower parts of the plants.
View up our plot.
From another angle
Kevin wondering how long is it to Halloween!