These are the "hangings" - I actually had another lot but I gave one away to a fellow allotment holder that didn't have such a successful crop.She was very reluctant to take them but I told her of my 5 strings of the over wintering onions currently hanging in my store room at home and I convinced her that she will have some crop more successful than mine so we can swap then!
Now for the big GH tidy up - as you can see the onions are well and truly gone! I inspected all the tomato plants and if they didn't have anything much left on them I composted them.
This means that I can now actually walk into my GH with more ease and I have re located the Sweet Peppers in their growbag from the middle of the floor to the very end by the vents as in this picture to the right.
As you can see, the Sweet Peppers are looking really good. I have 3 Sweet Pepper plants outside too, but they are not doing so well - alot smaller but they will catch up.
And now for my Chilli Plants - next year I won't be going so mad on the quantity of Chilli Plants I grow - I have far too many for only 2 people to consume. I might ask the local curry house if they will do me a swap - a dozen chilli's for a chicken madras - it's worth a try!
This is one of several aubergines thriving in the GH - sorry about the picture - it's sideways and not your vision gone funny!
And last but not least is my favourite Sweet Pepper - my only one that's turning a slight shade of red.