Our garden is progressing nicely since I first shared pictures with you. We have been enjoying fresh strawberries and cherry tomatoes a few at a time. Sometimes I wish that we would get one great big harvest so we don't have to figure out how to split them four ways. For a while we were having some trouble with our tomatoes getting blossom end rot. I picked off those bad tomatoes and decided to add a layer of straw mulch to the entire garden. That seemed to help and now we have some beautiful, healthy, but still green tomatoes growing. I realize now that gardening requires a lot of patience. I have a lot of patience with many things, including children, but being patient for my garden to grow is extremely difficult. Here's some pics from our garden today:
I couldn't quite get the angle right to include the entire garden.
Our blueberry bush is just to the left of this view.
We have a few raspberries on the canes from last year.
Strawberry patch, catnip, mints, and you can see the onions in this view as well.
Mini pumpkins and corn
Three kinds of potatoes planted with Alyssum
LOADS of grapes all over the grapevine
Our biggest Beefsteak yet