I enjoyed the first tomato from the garden for lunch. It started growing on a short and spindly plant in the shed and promptly ripened on the vine, once it was planted outside in the raised bed.
However, the plant itself has not grown since the move and recently lost its bottom leaves. So, I now wait with bated breath to see whether it has been growing roots and will have a spurt towards autumn.
Fortunately, I do have another tomato plant. This, too, took some time to get growing but now it is quite a bush and will hopefully soon be more than just a mass of green.
It’s a bit lop-sided but doesn’t seem to mind the parsley growing with it in the pot or the evening primrose growing alongside.