Your chilli and peppers are on their true leaves, I'm so jealous. Mine have yet to germinate. You've got such a great start with your plants already.
Your sparrowhawk seems to be a close relative of our Cooper's Hawk. A very impressive bird indeed! Those mustard greens are lovely! I need to start some soon.
Mustard greens overwinter well here, but tend to run to seed in hot weather, so I only sow them later in the season
Oooo, I envy you those lovely large cloches - very hard to get here.
I've never heard of Tiger Nuts before -- thanks for the education! It's always fascinating to learn about new potential crops. What do they taste like?
Oh Almond! I would have guessed 'Lemon' based on the spelling, ha! Funny how technology can launch us into space but still can't figure out what we're saying to each other XD
Oh dear! Predicitve text has a lot to answer for... almond was the word, Almond!! Here they are often used as bait when carp fishing so maybe that is how you could chase some down....
It's possible they're here and I've just never stumbled upon them. But now I've got to plead double ignorance: when you say between a Simon and coconut, what's a Simon?
They are slightly chewy and a bit like a cross between Simon and coconut in flavour. Do you not get them in the US, Day?
They are some lovely cabbages, and they look fantastic to me since ours are all gone now. The tunnel beds look great too, it's always nice to see green in winter.
Really pleased with the tunnel, as it keeps the wind and rain off, so the leaves are all in good condition. Hopefully we can make an early start to sowing too! It's an excellent investment
Bit behind the times here, but Happy New year to you both. Am trying to find some time to have a prolonged garden session and plant some early seeds....too much tennis in the way! Must catch up soon!
Happy new Year to you too, Fran. be reassured it is a bit soon to be sowing anything outside yet, even London-way. Early April'll be soon enough to get going. Potatoes maybe late March if it is mild
Great Cabbages! I have a love/hate relationship with them: love the first 1/2, hate the last 1/2! Can never find enough things to do with it, and I SWEAR it grows in the fridge when I'm not looking!
Day, we are trying to use the Savoys up in spicy Asian-style dishes, and the big ballhead will make various coleslaws, and hopefully all will be enjoyed.