Back at the end of May, we planted our garden. You may remember my previous post about it. Well, not much more than a month later, things are looking pretty good! In fact, it's the best our garden has done in a long time--maybe ever!
A mix of nice garden weather--hot and humid--and our using mushroom soil this year are the causes of our green success. Already, we've picked more zucchini and squash than we can use--there are about 7 or 8 in our fridge and we've made muffins and fried & grilled squash. Gotta be creative. Our tomatoes aren't getting red yet, but they will. We've had a nice dinner with our beans and there are eggplants, peppers and watermelons starting. And there will be loads of ground cherries. If I only knew what to do with them. Hello, Google!
As you can see from the pictures, the plants are growing like gangbusters--almost growing too much. The squash plants that ate Blooming Glen! I'm worried that the plants in the middle won't get enough sun, but I'm sure they'll be OK.
Mary Beth deserves pretty much all of the credit for our gardening success. She's the one who spent so much time pulling weeds and getting the beds ready. The least I can do it make her some dinner. Something with squash, perhaps.