It always amazes me that the garden looks like this on the first of June. Around this time, I start panicking, thinking nothing is going to grow, especially since I'm hearing about the bounty being harvested in other parts of the country.
Then come August, I need a machete to clear a path:
I'm posting this as a reminder to myself that come next June, don't fret. No matter how puny and sad those tomato plants look, no matter how long it seems to be taking those zucchini, bean and carrot seedlings to show some sign of life, in 60 days I'll be knee deep in summer growth!