View of the east garden looking south. The large container on the right has the Spacemaster cucumbers and the smaller black ones were seeded with nasturtiums. The container against the chain link fence will hold the Diva cucumbers. The bed in the center front is empty, but will probably be planted with late corn. The rougher bed on the right was planted last week with Honey Select corn.
Another view of the east garden, looking north toward the kennel garden.
My next chore was to begin cleaning out the flower beds around the patio. My goodness, they are so overgrown with grass that has grown right over the edging!
Just look at all that grass creeping into the bed. I need to get it cleaned out, so I can get my Four O'Clock seeds planted!
It's a tough job, as the grass roots were growing over the top of the edging. It probably took me an hour or more just to get this much accomplished. Then company came, so the job is on hold until tomorrow.
Before I came inside, I took photos of all the tomatoes, peppers and the recently sprouted green beans.
West fence tomato buckets.
"Tomato Alley", now with peppers as well as tomatoes.
The shed garden, with all of the cherry tomatoes and one leftover Marglobe Supreme.
Gourmet Green French bush beans on the left, 10 sweet peppers down the center, and Velour bush beans, seeds from Ed, on the right.
Inside the garden shed. I cleaned it out the other day.....I can finally actually see the floor!