In Denmark, it's starting to feel like autumn, so we're waiting with bated breath to see whether things like tomatoes win the race against the first frost.
Looking out the window this morning, it struck me that my boyfriend's parents' garden was looking photogenic in a moody sort of way, so the camera came out:
I walked about a bit, noticed the apples are almost ripe. These are Filippas, the best-tasting (really excellent, in fact) of the three species in the garden, and native to Denmark:
In a couple of places, I've seen this done with small fruit trees in Denmark, although this is a willow:
Grapes (no idea what species; they're a bit like wild grapes, though):
Our tomatoes have developed some sort of... I don't know, blight? They fruit looks sound, though it's still small, and I don't know whether these guys are going to make it before frost strikes:
On the other hand, on the indoor gardening front, the productive chili plant (De Arbol, I think; we used seeds from a chili given to us by a friend) is being REALLY productive; a lot of the peppers are still green, but but they're starting to ripen, and the plant is still setting flowers:
And last, some pea shoots (more indoor garden):