Thanks to a fairly moist spring, our garden is still coming along. The onions are just about done:
The squash had to have a little help to defeat its insect predators, but is now doing well. A few little yellow squashes have already been harvested.
The tomatoes are growing, some better than others. I have a whole square of Romas just for drying (not pictured). This is not an ideal climate for tomatoes -- too hot -- but hopefully we will get a few good ones. Storebought ones just never taste the same.
This is our pepper plot. I have to say they are not looking too good. (I do like these colored cages, though :)
The potatoes -- at least the above-ground parts -- are looking pretty healthy at the moment.
I'm not too sure about these beans, though. We are happy that the corn has come up -- we've never even got this far with corn before. I would love to get enough corn to freeze some of it.