At last, the wadding has found a new home (cf. Waiting for a Freegler, which I posted last week), so that has been one achievement for the day. The other is actually more an achievement for the month.
On the plus side, that does mean I have tomatoes up until Christmas but, to be honest, they don’t taste that great by mid-winter. On the other hand, fresh out of the garden like the ones above, they are the reason we grow our own!
The plants have all but toppled to the ground. Because of wood in the hugel beds or just rock solid soil, it has been hard to push the stakes into the ground, so it may not be long before it is green tomatoes I am harvesting. Still, I have found that if the tomato is half-ripe, indoors it is fully ripe within a day. And it still tastes good at the moment.