A few pictures of the June garden-
Overview #1, from up the “hill”:
The left column has three boxes of tomatoes, with the Tromboncino zucchini in the big trellis at the back. Continuing to the right in the front row- the next box over has the Oregon Spring tomatoes. The rest of the front row (L-R) is three pepper boxes and then a box of basil. The rear trellis contains the tomatillos, the center trellis has cucumbers, and the rightmost trellis has the surviving melon plant and a new Siletz tomato plant.
The tomatillos are chest-high:
The Oregon Spring are doing their usual early thing. There are lots of blooms and a few fruit:
The Tromboncino will need to be trained to the trellis soon:
Moving to the front yard — we got another good batch of (very big and fat) peas:
There are still more on the vines, though the vines are beginning to look a little “cooked”:
The lettuces in the top of the salad table are doing well:
The front yard now has four little volunteer pansies:
Visit Dave at Ourhappyacres, host of Harvest Monday.