These are just some of the amazing romano peppers that we’ve been growing this year. There are 10 plants, all grown from seed. We nearly lost all the plants when they were moved to the green house due to the intense heat we had the same weekend. Luckily, despite a few of the plants losing all their leaves, they all recovered and the peppers have been great. It certainly seems to have been a better crop than the previous three years, probably due to feeding them with tomorite.
There is also one chilli plant which is on the floor of the green house, two potato plants in bags and over a hundred onions! We find that each year we grow more and more onions and yet they still all seem to be eaten by April. Hopefully this years lot will last longer.