Bee balmBee balm
RosemaryRosemary
I ended up planting these (in July!), but I hope they produce something.I ended up planting these (in July!), but I hope they produce something.
Mother sweet potato, still producing slipsMother sweet potato, still producing slips
Lemon mintLemon mint
Butternut squash blossomButternut squash blossom
Belgian endiveBelgian endive
Butternut squashButternut squash
Swiss chardSwiss chard
ParsleyParsley
BasilBasil
Red onions popping out of the groundRed onions popping out of the ground
Onion tops starting to fall overOnion tops starting to fall over
LeeksLeeks
Onions and carrotsOnions and carrots
Sweet potatoesSweet potatoes
Brassica bed. I cut down all the broccoli and cauliflower just after this. Boo!Brassica bed. I cut down all the broccoli and cauliflower just after this. Boo!
The cauliflower also got extremely torn up. Boo, cabbage worms!The cauliflower also got extremely torn up. Boo, cabbage worms!
It is very unlikely that I will grow broccoli again. What a waste!It is very unlikely that I will grow broccoli again. What a waste!
Like all the brassicas, the leaves got torn up by the cabbage wormsLike all the brassicas, the leaves got torn up by the cabbage worms
KohlrabiKohlrabi
Reliance grapeReliance grape
Canadice grapeCanadice grape
Other columnar peach, not doing so wellOther columnar peach, not doing so well
Broccoli. They all had to be tossed because of cabbage worms, worm eggs and worm poop. Bleh.Broccoli. They all had to be tossed because of cabbage worms, worm eggs and worm poop. Bleh.
CornCorn
AsparagusAsparagus
Big ol' grape vineBig ol' grape vine
Columnar peach coming back to life after getting over-watered (apparently) and losing its top growthColumnar peach coming back to life after getting over-watered (apparently) and losing its top growth
Yellow squashYellow squash
Zucchini squash blossomsZucchini squash blossoms
Squash bugs? Cucumber beetles? Either way, they're dead.Squash bugs? Cucumber beetles? Either way, they're dead.
Pepper flowerPepper flower
PeppersPeppers
What a nice cluster!What a nice cluster!
First few canning tomatoesFirst few canning tomatoes
Mesclun mix also under the tomatoes, mostly arugulaMesclun mix also under the tomatoes, mostly arugula
Weirdly different heirloom tomatoWeirdly different heirloom tomato
Pollinate me!Pollinate me!
Arugula growing big and happy under the tomatoesArugula growing big and happy under the tomatoes
Big beautiesBig beauties
C'mon, tomatoes!C'mon, tomatoes!
Tomato blossomsTomato blossoms
Tomatoes going crazyTomatoes going crazy
PeppersPeppers
Yellow squash and zucchini. Just one plant each!Yellow squash and zucchini. Just one plant each!
  • Bee balm
  • Rosemary
  • I ended up planting these (in July!), but I hope they produce something.
  • Mother sweet potato, still producing slips
  • Lemon mint
  • Butternut squash blossom
  • Belgian endive
  • Butternut squash
  • Swiss chard
  • Parsley
  • Basil
  • Red onions popping out of the ground
  • Onion tops starting to fall over
  • Leeks
  • Onions and carrots
  • Sweet potatoes
  • Brassica bed. I cut down all the broccoli and cauliflower just after this. Boo!
  • The cauliflower also got extremely torn up. Boo, cabbage worms!
  • It is very unlikely that I will grow broccoli again. What a waste!
  • Like all the brassicas, the leaves got torn up by the cabbage worms
  • Kohlrabi
  • Reliance grape
  • Canadice grape
  • Other columnar peach, not doing so well
  • Broccoli. They all had to be tossed because of cabbage worms, worm eggs and worm poop. Bleh.
  • Corn
  • Asparagus
  • Big ol' grape vine
  • Columnar peach coming back to life after getting over-watered (apparently) and losing its top growth
  • Yellow squash
  • Zucchini squash blossoms
  • Squash bugs? Cucumber beetles? Either way, they're dead.
  • Pepper flower
  • Peppers
  • What a nice cluster!
  • First few canning tomatoes
  • Mesclun mix also under the tomatoes, mostly arugula
  • Weirdly different heirloom tomato
  • Pollinate me!
  • Arugula growing big and happy under the tomatoes
  • Big beauties
  • C'mon, tomatoes!
  • Tomato blossoms
  • Tomatoes going crazy
  • Peppers
  • Yellow squash and zucchini. Just one plant each!

I’ve taken two rounds of photos for this post. By the time I got around to posting them, they were dated and didn’t really reflect how the garden currently looked.

It’s the same situation here. But! No need to keep wasting photos. These were taken on July 8.

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