Greek gardens are coming to fruition as trees begin to bear fruit, and vegetables wait for a burst of sunshine to spring into life.
Amidst the news of economic doom which pervades Greece, the simple things continue to bring pleasure. A late start to summer has delayed the advent of fruit and vegetables somewhat, but as June arrives it heralds a spurt of quick growth.
Kumquat trees are laden with fruit, strawberries tantalise, and the peaches promise to be succulent soon. Figs begin to form for autumn lushness.