Naturally, Jeb the Wonder Dog attended:
The tomatoes continue to look good, if uneventful:
The second bed of spuds is getting outrageously big. I have high hopes:
The squash and zukes are taking hold nicely:
As are the peppers:
The beans are finally busting loose. Lots of flowers on them. I anticipate a good crop, assuming Farmer Tom does not forget to leave the deer protectors on:
We never had carrots look like this. Full sun truly agrees with them:
The garlic needs weeding, but it looks great. Again, moving to full sun has been a boon for these guys:
The peas are almost ready to start harvesting, and they look really good:
The spinach, on the other hand, was so leggy that it clearly was time to clear the bed and start a new crop. Fortunately, spinach grows so fast you can do that:
The lettuce also was rampaging. Didn't pull it and start a new bunch, but it hasn't been ruled out:
As for the radishes, they never really recovered from not being thinned. I decline to point fingers on that one, but I clearly should have done more for these poor guys:
I harvested them, and we'll see what we put there:
For now, we have dirt:
Dirt, of course, is what we had in the spinach bed, as well, once I pulled that stuff out. We'll see if we plant more spinach or maybe something else. Pickles, maybe?
I seem to be no hiatus from work, so maybe tomorrow I will go by The Farm and see what's what. Maybe I can do some damage.