Two days ago it was 26C! then that night it rained, the temperature dropped and yesterday we had a cool,but fine day.
My garden loves this kind of weather, lots of warm growing time, and lots of drinking. I swear the tomatoes have doubled in height, and are now producing flowers. Most are of an ordinary variety (I forget exactly what) and there is one of a grafted variety. Funny, I always thought grafting was for permanent things like trees. A tomato is a one year thing, so why graft onto a different rootstock? I just thought I would try it out and see if it was any better, it was certainly an expensive way of getting tomatoes. I am ashamed to say I did not grow the others from seed, but at least they were $3.95 for a pottle of 6, where as I paid double that for one grafted tomato plant - it had better be worth it.
My corgettes are producing little green fingers, and the pumpkins are looking at their first flowers too, it's all very exciting. Added excitement yesterday when I walked out to see a CHICKEN in my garden! again!! Drastic chicken netting measures have been called for and young son is spending the day doing strategic fencing.