You want some pictures?
We had an abundance of yellow squash and zucchini until, the dreaded vine borer moth showed up. Just like clockwork. Even with me skipping a few growing cycles. I actually saw the moth, itself, flying around. A month later and all the zuke plants were done for. The 'green' squash and another yellow, too.
|Nothing like fresh, out of the garden produce.|
|Popcorn. I have about 6 ears filling in nicely. Let's hope the squirrels and raccoons stay away.|
|The taters under hay experiment doesn't look great. We had more than a couple of days of 100* temps and I neglected them. Haven't flowered yet, so I haven't looked to see if any taters are under there. We'll see.|
|A volunteer mater. Not sure what it is. I hope cherry but, whose to say? Behind it is a tigger melon. Haven't had any luck with them.|
|The green and yellow squash plants graveyard. There's cukes back along the fence in this bed.|
|Beefsteak and Dad's Sunset maters. I harvested and sliced one today. Tastes very good. Nice acid flavor.|
|Basil, dill, and cilantro.|
|Green pepper for the Senior Whoa-man (MIL)|
|More cukes. Loaded.|
|The zuke plants graveyard. Beautiful plants. Also, a patch of crook-neck squash. I lost to the vine borer (so far). I'm not holding my breath to see if any survive.|
|Garlic died back this year. I'll leave it be and see what becomes of it next Spring. To the left is lavender.|
|More zuke. I planted this one and the next pic at the same time. This one right here, outside.|
|The other zuke. Planted along with the pic above, only inside in a cup. What a difference?|
|A tub full of spearmint.|