I may only just be starting in allotmenteering, but I think even I can tell these are the more typical "lambs' tails" of hazels:
Elsewhere on the plot it's all looking generally like Winter now, as it should!
The tayberry has lost its leaves, but you can see here the frame L has constructed to support it: sometime soon we'll have to make a fruit cage for the tayberry and currants, or the buds and fruit will be lost to the pigeons.
Finally today here's a picture from the back of the plot ("the wilderness"!) towards the green houses: beyond them you can see the lovely (lime?) trees that border the allotment and really look lovely: majestic in winter, gloriously zingily green in the spring, providing dappled shade in summer, and lovely whippy future plant supports and leaf mold after gales in the autumn!
Still to come, in future posts: path construction (I know you've all been waiting for it!) and a pea and broad bean update!