Yesterday, we took our monthly trip to Old Sleningford Farm. It was a gloomy day with thick fog which did not lift. However, it was warm in the greenhouse/polytunnel, where we were collecting the last of the tomatoes and taking down the vines.
The structure featured above is almost as big as my garden, so there is no chance I could erect anything similar. Notwithstanding, my outdoor tomatoes had been doing very well. But if the Old Sleningford vines were coming down, I thought it was time to get my tomatoes in.
The gloom continues – and even though the fog is set to lift, there is going to be plenty of rain into next week. So, there seemed to be little point in risking blight, or any other disease which might come along.
This little lot will ripen in the next couple of weeks, in any case!