YOU SAID YOU WANTED THE HOT STUFF

ACTUALLY, they're not that hot. Quite mild. I've already diced and sliced a number of them for a Thai chicken broth and chicken an...



ACTUALLY, they're not that hot. Quite mild. I've already diced and sliced a number of them for a Thai chicken broth and chicken and chickpea bake. Just the right amount of kick.

In their place have gone leeks, a stock of new herbs to replace plants past their prime, a blueberry, curry plant, cumin ... you know, whatever looked good at the nursery. There's more trimming, pruning, clipping, weeding, edging and planting scheduled for this weekend.

What have you been doing in your garden?
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4 comments

  1. Excellent chilli crop you have there!

    We ripped out the old tom plants a couple of weeks ago and have left the vegie patch to rest a bit before striking out with more. Herbs are all still a-go-go though.

    Apricot tree is very autumnal in colour at the mo. Plum tree is winterly naked already.

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  2. They look fab! Sadly we're renting, a combination of that and the fact I have two black thumbs mean no homegrown veggies for us. I have one plant in our house, I bought it 'cos the tag said "Thrives on Neglect". I've been lavishing neglect on it and it's still alive.

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  3. Wow! Great chillis.

    Spring is moving along nicely here, and our garden is being completely dug up to drain around the house. Mud mud mud.

    Hopefully I'll manage to get some herbs in. Maybe some peas and tomatos. Hopefully.

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  4. Yum - I love a nice chilli ... what a shame they aren't really hot though (I really like the hot stuff). ;)

    As for what I've been doing in my garden? Well, not too much at all unfortunately ... hopefully I'll catch up soon.

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