This is the state of the garden today the first weekend of June 2017. With the watering system on a timer and the natural rain this year the garden has stayed moist. The temps have been a little lower then normal. Comments on the photos…
Bell Peppers from the garden nice size
Chinese Yard Long green beans are loooking good.
Tomato horn worm, first of the year.
Jalapeños from last years seed. I can see some crossing from bells in the Jalapeños I think.
Purple Bell peppers, the plants don’t look so good but the peppers are producing well.
Newly planted black beans following the onion harvest.
Watermelons grown well, icebox size red flesh
Corn is done so we will pick a few for today
Argus trying to help us thin the pistols out of the Daylillies
Cool Red and Yellow spider
Malbar spinach looking good. Can’t wait to eat it.
Daylillie for the Patio
Butterfly in the Jalapeños
Corn for the salsa