The polytunnel is having a second wind. The tomatoes have burst forth with new leaves and huge bunches of fresh tomatoes. The courgette plants that I thought had just about given up the ghost have sprung back into life giving me a whole crop of new fruits.
And the lovely Aubergine plants have laid down some more fruits to replace the ones we ate last week.
~ More yummyness to come then.~
I left a part of me behind when I left the polytunnel this morning.
No..... haha.....I am not getting all poetic about leaving my heart in the polytunnel.
I accidently backed into a flypaper as I watered the tomatoes and left a rather large tuft of hair attached to it in my panic to get away......YUK!
oh I wish I could find a second wind today- just come back from the chiropractor and feel like I've been run over by a tractor. Mind you, it must be better than walking like Quasimodo!ReplyDelete
The only good thing is that the chiro is situated near a particularly nice bakery...can't talk any longer, have Chelsea Buns which need a little attention:)))
That is so gratifying-an unexpected autumn bounty. I'm making a vegetable lasagne tonight with my freshly harvested squash and tomatoes, with a few other things thrown in for good measure. After seeing yours, I might have to go and buy an aubergine.ReplyDelete
We never did get the tomatos to take off this year!!ReplyDelete
Oh yuk! The flypaper I mean, not your lovely crops.ReplyDelete
I have had courgettes coming out of my ears ! Thrilled as I've never grown veggies before...now bartaring with neighbours for other produce xxReplyDelete