Such dazzling colours. We intended to get tomato plants today, but they didn't have "rogesta", a type recommended by Gonzalo. Then we saw these and couldn't resist.
We've decided to move the deep pink bourganvillea from its pot under the pergola and resite it against a sunny wall. I dug a hole as deep as I could before el jefe would have to take over to dig deeper and popped away to get a bottle of rain water. My little helper, Yang, was busy filling in the hole by the time I returned! Just in case the pink bourganvillea doesn't take, we've bought a white companion and if they both survive will look lovely together.
Mathilde called me through to admire the deep, almost black, geranium I gave her last year: she'd planted it out and it was twice the size. Gonzalo then invited me to have some lemons, showed me his new cold frame with green peppers 1M high, celery, leeks and so many veg you'd think he was feeding the whole of Chiclana. I scrambled back through the fence with a huge bag of lemons, a sweet little red kalanchoe plant and some new-laid hen and duck eggs.