Now that Autumn is here and the weather has taken a dramatic nose-dive as far as night time temperatures are concerned, I have been busy harvesting the remains of my fruit/vegetables.
Although my new little greenhouse is capable of maintaining a temperature 2-3 degrees warmer than that outside, it is not frost proof.
Within its confines I have grown some rather weedy looking Hungarian Hot Wax chile peppers as well as 3 extra Red Robin mini tomato plants. They were taken as inter-nodal cuttings a few months back. The peppers will gradually turn redder and get hotter as they ripen further.
Here they are freshly harvested and washed.
A couple of days ago, I also took the fruit from my indoor pepper plants (again a poor show) as well as those from some extra nodal cuttings of a Ferline tomato. Hopefully these will also go red and ripen.
Finally, the last few tomatillo's have been gathered.