Monday, August 17, 2020

The Garden As of Mid-August 2020

 Colors are starting to fade in general on trees and lawns, and the garden is no different. We've had several heat waves this summer, and little rain. The garden is pushing out tomatoes, zucchini, cucumbers, peppers and radishes. Carrots will soon be ready. Here are some pics of the raised beds.

Tomatoes got jostled around over a week ago due to the aftereffects of the hurricane. Lotsa wind, some big boomy storms. This was maybe the most rainfall all summer, and despite the jostling, the tomatoes were the better for it.

The zucchinis are slowing down, due in part to the invasive squash boring worm that got to them. I was able to dig some out, but had to get rid of at least one of the squash plants.

Brown, tired cucumber plants!

The Roma tomatoes are coming in nicely.

And here are some flowers.


The Garden As of Early August 2020

The Garden As of July 15, 2020

The Garden As of July 1, 2020  

The Garden As of June 15, 2020 

The Garden As of Early June 2020

The Garden As of Mid-May 2020

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