This summer’s garden has proven a challenge in timing. The lettuce came up too quickly, the tomatoes took too long, I have no idea whether the beets will ever mature. The peas looked like they were doing well, but have started to dry out ever since I increased the watering time. Maybe they are drowning again? The bell peppers seem to be on target, and the lemon cucumbers continue to thrive.
Early Girl tomatoes still struggling.
The late comer red bell, it turns out, does have a second pepper on the way. Apologies for accusing it of being a one-pepper plant.
Something wicked ails this red bell. This is the second fruit with a burnt patch like this.
The peas drying out yet again.
Many many mini bells, still all green on mini bell number 2.
Many mini bells turning on mini bell number 1.
Lettuce getting ready to go to seed.
Peppers on the first green belll.
Zinnias and Dahlias blooming in the cucumber bed.
Carrots (rear) and onions (front). Not exactly a lush crop but it will do.
Beets still growing but not ready.