Thursday, 16 September 2010

Seasonal

The nasturtiums in our garden are making a fabulous last stand as autumn approaches. We have yellow ones cascading from a terracotta pot:


and orange ones growing along the fence on the other side of the garden:


As well as flowers, we have crops:



These are a tumbling variety of tomato that grow from a hanging pot. They look very pretty, as well as being good to eat.

2 comments:

  1. Nice garden!

    How come the tomatoes are good while the leaves are so dry?

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  2. I wish I knew the answer to that. I'm not sure why some leaves are dry, they have been like that for a while, but the rest of the plant is thriving and the good bits are cropping madly! We just picked another load off there this afternoon to eat over the weekend.

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