The Blue Lake pole beans are filling in nicely around the teepee trellis. They've made it to the first rung on the teepee and continue to climb.
Tomato Row is looking good. I see lots of canning and BLTs in my future. I have two volunteers, below. It will be interesting to see what emerges. The two volunteers will make 16 tomato plants for the season. I had several volunteers in the perennial garden, but I pulled those.
Check out my neighbor's tomato patch. I love the circle idea. I'm assuming they're hybrids since he uses the small cages. I wonder if it would work with heirlooms? I also wonder how I would get to the center to harvest, lol. Okay, scratch that idea. My arms aren't that long.
My yellow and white onions are doing great. Wish I could say the same for my garlic, it didn't come up. Anyone have any ideas as to why? I'm wondering if it was the soil. I wished I had planted red onions. I'll add them next season, but I do have one lone volunteer. I'll allowing it to go to seed, and will hopefully start my own red onions bunches for planting next spring.
I purchased the yellow flowers from my favorite nursery, but didn't keep the tag. I have no idea what they are, but I love them in the garden. They look like a variation of the marigold.
It's amazing how a few weeks can make a difference with the plants. My peppers are doing pretty good. I have chilies and banana peppers and few white belle. My first year for the white belle. I'm anxious to see how they do. I planted a mixture of chilies, yellow, purple and red. I also have a Purple Beauty and jalapeno and Hungarian Wax. What's happening in your garden?