And finally…

The limery has done us proud all year – from seeds sown in the propagator in January to the great abundance of peppers through the summer. Currently there’s a pot of rosemary flowering in there, although we’re a bit short of pollinators, and the passion flower vine is putting on plenty of new growth.

However, the most amazing thing may be that today, 20 December, I harvested these:

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Freshly picked today

 

That’s right – tomatoes still ripening on the plant in the depths of winter. From these I will be able to make winter solstice passata!

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  1. Very impressive. Happy Christmas /Solstice. Soon the days will be getting longer.

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  2. Happy Solstice Jan! Those tomatoes – corrrrrrr! xx

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  3. I wish you a happy and peaceful turn of the year. Enjoy your lovely toms 🙂

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  4. That Limery is worth its weight in gold! Tomatoes at Mid-Winter = Fabulous!!

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  5. SallyAnn

     /  December 20, 2016

    Wow, I have tomato envy… freshly harvested toms in December…FAB!!

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  6. Wow! Congratulations on that impressive crop, Jan. Yummy

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  7. A great Solstice crop Jan. A Happy Yuletide to you and Jon.
    xxx Huge Hugs xxx

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