I know I should have thinned out the bunches, also I probably should have had less of them for the age of the plant. However, they still taste lovely and Bramble and I are also having a feed on them while we are out in the garden. Any advice would be most welcome, from you grape experts out there.
It seems to be my year for growing miniature crops. My very first leeks grown from tiny plants that we had bought have grown quite well, but not to the size of some that I have seen on other blogs. Maybe my soil is a little heavy as it was where the old chicken run was, but I will add plenty of well rotted compost over the winter to this plot.
I might have dug this one up a bit early, but we have plenty to use up over the winter, so I hope they keep swelling.
This year has also not been the best for our melons, but to be fair to them the poly-tunnel was a little overcrowded with tomatoes. However, I did just manage to raise a couple of tasty melons, which went down well sprinkled with port and ginger.