Wednesday, August 17, 2016

17/08/2016 Busy in the garden so a few emergency photos.

Maximum temperature 31C, minimum 16C.  24 km/h SW  wind. A few drops of rain last night but nothing to measure in the gauge.
Hydrangea.

Figs.

Raspberries.

Granny Smith.

Rose Hips.

Medlars ( Nèfle in France)

Tomatoes.

First row of potatoes, 8.5 kg so pretty happy with that.

A lone petunia flower that is bigger than the tiny plant it is growing on!

8 comments:

  1. Outstanding photos! I have to admit I am looking forward to slightly lower temperatures :)

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    1. I do not mind it hot but not if I want to work outside!!! It is forecast for 38C on Tuesday and that is too warm! Hope you are well Diane

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    1. Thanks Karen, but it is a lot of work at this time of the year when we have too much of everything and I am trying to store one way or another for winter! Hope all is well Diane

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  3. I love the patatos. Do you make frites of it.

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    1. Hi Ralph, I hope all is well. No the potatoes have been stored for winter as I still have quite a lot to dig out. I use them in all sorts of various ways, maybe some frites but not all. Have a good weekend Diane

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  4. Your garden looks wonderful. Drooling over the thought of fried green tomatoes.

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    1. Mmmmm I also love fried green tomatoes :-)) Hope all is well Diane

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