Look - the Hungarian Wax Chilli! According to our Head Gardener, this very pretty chilli (which I think looks a bit elfish) is closest to the capsicum when picked. It may have mild-moderate heat if kept for a while, or if it ripens in hot conditions. If Sydney keeps warming up I think we can count on mild-moderate. Hmmm, I'm thinking a nice little jam.
And looky what's shooting up in the root bed, and the Twig bed also:
Regretably, seems our neighbours have noticed as well because there's been some stripping of the, not quite ripened, corn. Personally, I hope the thieves get BIG stomach aches.
And look at these babies, flourishing in the root bed:
Tom said the root bed didn't actually plant pumpkin, it seems the compost made a special delivery ... remember I mentioned earlier that I couldn't see what was growing in our lush garden - realise that lushness is largely pumpkin:
Exhibit 1 - the herb bed
Exhibit 2 - the shady bed
Exhibit 3 - hovering very close to the North Bed
Exhibit 4 - that would be the Twig Bed
Exibit 5 - and what's that taking up a corner of the Main bed?
Exhibit 6 - not enough room in the garden so spilling over the north facing fence:
Have a fab week