This is the new garden we put in this year. The left bed has jalapenos and eggplants which have stopped flowering and cucumber vines which aren't putting out any straight cucumbers, only oddly shaped ones. I know they're getting pollinated as the trellis is always so swarmed with bees that you can't get near it. Don't worry, I've got a back up plan. The right bed has KW pole beans and used to have the Dragon Tongue beans which played out.
This is the other corner yard with peppers, yellow pear tomatoes and little squash in the front two boxes. I'm a bit surprised at the okra which hasn't done anything yet, nor has it really put on any height. Perhaps next month. The peppers each have 1-2 bells on them, so that's exciting.
This is the man's burn pit. In it is the zucchini I pulled after it had SVB damage and hadn't flowered in a week. Now that it's in the burn pit, it's flowered every day. Go figure. ;)
Here's the side yard with all of the tomatoes. Dan, these are the CP seeds you sent me on the very right and left. They're doing great! If you look at the second plant you can see red!
Finally, the other bed on the side yard has more tomatoes and the back up cucumbers. These cucumbers seem to be doing better and I'm thinking if they do, that I'll grow the cucumbers over here next year. They make a nice screen to cover this retaining wall.
So, there you have it! Things are nice and green, but again, the heat has mostly stopped everything from flowering or putting weight on the produce, so we'll just have to let the heat play out in July and August, hope for a reprieve and either plant a second round of summer crops in mid July or just hold out until fall....I'm debating if I really need more zucchini..... HA!