The tomatoes on the west fence are the least lush, but all are fruiting. I fertilized and gave them some fish emulsion yesterday.
I ran out of room in the gardens, so even the irrigation system cover holds potted plants. There are three peppers, a Pixie tomato, a bucket of Fortex pole beans (being grown for seeds) and a pot of flowers that just got clipped back, hoping they will blossom again.
Tomato Alley, where the best tomato plants grow big and lush. The three pots of peppers in the front have lost their identification tags.
This unidentified pepper is probably a Happy Yummy, but I don't know if it's the sweet or the hot variety.
Four O'Clocks have volunteered everywhere. I've probably pulled out a hundred or more already, and they're in dire need of removal again. The special color (salmon, from Ed) has been marked so it will not get weeded out.
A lone Black Cherry tomato at the corner of the patio.
Under the lilac tree, the purple alyssum is now blooming, the zinnias are beginning to fill out, the chives are reproducing and the sweet potatoes are growing in the barrel.
The sweet potato slips aren't growing very fast, they really need some hot weather.
Sweet potato slips, grown as a vine in the hanging planter, are doing better than those in the garden.
There are two broccoli plants under the lilac tree, too. They haven't yet begun to form heads.
Yukon Gold potatoes.
Walla Walla sweet onions.
Russet Norkota potatoes look close to dying back.
Only a few Walla Walla Sweets left in this bed, and it looks like they'll soon have to be pulled.
Dark Red Norland potatoes.
The later planted Silver Queen corn is about 2 feet high now.
A pot of cantaloupe is growing faster than those in the main garden.
Hard to see, but there is a pot of Spacemaster cucumbers behind the nasturtium pots, and it has already given us two nice cucumbers.