Because there is no source of artificial heating my grow-house
is a greenhouse and going by this picture it is aptly named!
We are experiencing a heat-wave in southern Australia at the moment, with temperatures up in the high 30's and low 40's celcius...around 100 degrees f. So the green house is also a very hot house. With all the vents and the door open though, everything in there is surviving and thriving.
This eggplant is called 'fairy' and has lots of small fruit, reputedly sweeter too. I think I may pick a couple tomorrow and see if they live up to their label. This is a small plant, and it seems very prolific!
These capsicums are also prolific...they are meant to go yellow, but I have picked a couple of green ones and they have a nice strong flavour and cut nicely into rings that look great in a salad or stir fry.
And yes, they are tigerella tomatoes, not green zebra as I wrote in my previous post. The zucchini are 'greyzini', and the beans, bush butter beans.