There really isn't MUCH left to do this growing season for a while. I still have to transplant spaghetti squash and watermelon, and will eventually be seeding another round of green beans, but it's good that my tomatoes were already in the ground. I'm glad I didn't have to worry about them this week! From the looks of it, they have recovered, their foliage has turned green, and I already have a couple plants that are giving the glorious nursery start a run for its money!
The strawberries are going bananas
Snow Peas are growing like crazy! I think I'll be seeing some blossoms soon!
Zucchini in their pots
I rode my bike over to check on Mandi's garden this morning (I'm "garden-sitting" while they're on vacation!). It still amazes me how much her broccoli has grown compared to mine! Even the nursery starts that replaced two of my plants haven't caught up with hers. Her peas however, are kind of yellowing, whereas mine are flourishing. Her lettuce looks a lot better than mine, but I kind of expected it to be further along than it is even still.
I don't have any extras of this plant, but will be replacing it with something before they get back!
Happy Mother's Day to all of you moms out there! :)