You might remember our triffid Green Zebra tomato plant. Shaun gave it another major hair cut, with another four cuttings going into the veggie patch as I couldn't bare to just compost them. But as with all haircuts, its encouraged new growth and the number of tomatoes has since quadrupled. As its the first time we've grown this heritage variety, we didn't know they didn't go red (the name should have been a give away). They just yellow up a little and get soft and plump.
And there is always the wonderful sound of the water flowing through the system as I fall asleep, as the system is right outside our bedroom window.