Alhamdulillah it's lovely to see the garden blooming even as summer seems to have come to an end in London.
The crazy grape vine which is trying to take over the garden has produced the most beautiful displays of bunches of grapes. Unfortunately these are sour, we don't get enough sun to ripen them to sweetness. So the question will be whether to keep the vine or to chop it down and make space for something else next year.
This litte tomato plant has been producing fruit all summer which we have been using in various curries and dishes. They don't all get to a complete red colour, but they do all get eaten.
This is the first of the peppers that has come through.
We have also had an abundance of mint which we have been using in mint chutney and pakora's. As the plant is getting to its last days of greenery before winter, I hope to pick the rest of the laeves and freeze. The other hting we have been cooking straight from the garden is courgettes, which taste yummy fresh.