However, the mini-greenhouses will not keep the chilli plants warm enough to survive a severe Winter like we had last time, so this move is simply a "Stay of Execution". If one of them is REALLY lucky, I may find room for it next to the window in the garage - but no promises.
Here are a few other plants that have perhaps left it a little late...
My olive tree's few tiny fruits have coloured-up now. In previous years the fruits have fallen off while still tiny and green.
Not in the same league as Christina's 300kg harvest in Lazio, though! [If you have ever wanted to know how olive oil is made, you MUST read her post on this subject.]
My cucumber plant, having failed to produce anything worthwhile during the Summer has now decided for some reason that fruiting in November would be a good thing. Those little fruits are never going to make it to maturity - surely???
Though not really on the same theme, I wanted to show you this photo anyway. It shows that more of the Earth Star fungi tucked away behind the cucumber bin have burst open - presumably in the process distributing their spores far and wide for next year too.
If you are interested in fungi, may I suggest you take a look at Mushrooms and Toadstools, which is run by Kalipso, (from Croatia) who also runs Busy Bee. Some great photos there.