|Basil, cayenne pepper, okra and even more|
|All lemon cucumber, apart from the sweet peppers|
in the middle.
|Pimientos de Padrón.|
|My Tomkin tomato plants and some sorry looking|
Kohl rabi and aubergine.
|The only windowsill left in the flat. North facing|
with plum tomatoes, another sweet pepper and even
more pimientos de Padrón.
It's not the clearest photo, but again I was pulling up excess plum trees with my hands. A Portuguese gentleman from a few plots away from me, who speaks no English, has offered to prune the plum trees I intended to keep. At least that's what I understood with me speaking my best Spanish and him speaking Portuguese. The proposed site for the greenhouse is between the raspberries and the plum trees. The raspberries I was given are now in, below is a clearer photo of them. Most are doing OK and starting to bud.
The parsnips are also starting to come up. I don't want to be counting my chickens just yet, but things aren't looking too bad. Parsnip crisps are back on the menu. After looking at the photo I took below, it seemed like my plot's getting bigger. Its always been the same size, but I'm claiming back a whole lot more now. The plot does look better when the sun is shining. Till next time and thanks for reading.