The tomato patch. Larry put out 100 plants, but only has about half of them staked so far. This garden also has some Indian corn and a row of sweet potatoes--we've tried sweet potatoes before without much luck, but we're trying again. This garden does not have an electric fence, although most of the others do.
The Spring garden, with early beans, carrots, 2 kinds of lettuce, chard, spinach, beets, leeks, celery, snow peas, onions and dill. The peas are setting on now. The beans were planted in early April--we took a chance and it paid off, so we'll have beans by my birthday, I think. Or soon after.
The new strawberry plants are under the mulch, edged with two kinds of lettuce; the tilled ground is planted with broccoli plants that you can't see and about 20 new asparagus roots. You can see the tomato patch in the background.
The largest garden has potatoes, purple beans, half runners, sweet corn and pole beans. The potatoes are already blooming, so we'll have new potatoes in a couple weeks, I hope.
Cathy said yesterday she'd like to see more garden pictures, so here are some I took today. It's pretty dry here right now, no rain in a week.
I'll post some flower garden pics soon. They're not as pretty as the veggies because I haven't been home enough to take care of them this month.