The zucchini are at a point where they seem to double in size every day. I am so happy to have finally grown them successfully. Up until this year we'd failed at it pretty miserably which is harder to take when most people get more fruits than they know what to do with. The potatoes are dying back and Matt has harvested two varieties so far, both of which we are pleased with. The pole and bush beans are blossoming as are tomatillos, peppers, and tomatoes. Because of back luck with our seeds/seedlings our crop of these delicious hot-weather wonders will probably not be the best, but perhaps not as bad as I'd feared a month ago either. Matt dug up several volunteer tomatoes and transplanted them into a bed which bumped up our numbers. He also found a few seedlings still for sale. Some of the carrots are of a harvestable size at last.
Growing, growing, growing...
|Zucchini, corn, beans, chard, tomatoes.|
|Rattlesnake and Purple pole beans that have reached the top of their supports.|
|Peppers, tomatoes, and tomatillos.|
|Onions falling over, butternut squash, chard, kale, zucchini, corn, pole beans.|
|Picking strawberries for breakfast.|
|Zucchini, corn, beans, potatoes, chard.|
|Pole bean vines and blossoms.|