Autumnal Veggies n Stuff


Sunday 27 October, 2013 by Uncle Spike


Following on from the recent post about the state of our fruit crops here on the farm, aptly named Lets Get Fruity, I popped back outside today with my camera to cover another angle of outdoor life that consume my time, the veggies 😀

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11 thoughts on “Autumnal Veggies n Stuff

  1. Missy, Nigel and Pablo are very lucky to live in such a lovely yard!


  2. timecollage says:

    Those veggies, particularly those long peppers (I know there’s a name for them but it escapes me) make my mouth water! Nice garden 🙂


  3. The black basil looks great! We’re planning to build a greenhouse in the next few months, so I’m on the lookout for interesting new plants.


    • Uncle Spike says:

      Just depends on where you are in the world in terms of climate. The black basil is very tasty. It hates the cold but survives our 45C summer!! But now it’s happiest with sun and 25-28 every day 🙂


  4. Heike says:

    Great pics


  5. Looks like you’re in for a hot time with those ripening chillies 🙂


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