It's the start of the grape season. Those that grow in our garden are delicious. Green, sweet and seedless. I am amazed at how easy it is to grow grapes and how fast the vines spread.
This is the original grapevine, attached to the old house in the garden. It is now three times the size that it was when we moved here just over four years ago.
This is a cutting we took from the original vine, and 18 months ago was a tiny twig in a yogurt pot. Look at it now. It is shooting up and will eventually cover the gazebo.
And from this cutting, we took 10 further cuttings, which are spread around the garden. These are just some of them.
And here are the first of the grapes, ready to pick.