Zucchini aside, I'm finally starting to see signs of veggies in the garden.
These carrots are right at the 58 days it says on the package. This is the biggest one, and they're in varying sizes smaller:
I think I'll leave them in the ground until we get back from Idaho, since it would be a shame to harvest and then not eat them.
This cucumber is actually smaller than the photo makes it look. I've got lots of them on these two vines, but most don't seem to have pollinated, thus they'll shrivel up and die. That's okay. In my house, people get tired of cucumber fast, so I wasn't going for a big harvest.
I don't trellis my cucumbers. Instead, I let them trail over the side onto the rock.
My beans are finally starting to show. I can't wait to have my first dish of these. In another spot in the garden, I planted a small succession planting of them, just to stretch out my bean harvest as long as possible.
And lastly, I'm finally starting to see signs of tomatoes. Though my plants are much more vigorous this year than last, I think I had more green tomatoes at this time of year. Lots of people are complaining about plenty of flowers but no fruit. I'm hoping this is the end of our funky weather and we'll start seeing some production.
Most prolific are these Juliets:
Then the early tomatoes I thought for sure would be a failure are coming around.