I'm thinking next year I might just do a flower-cutting garden instead of vegetables.
I so love the flowers that I can cut and bring right inside. The dahlias are just starting to explode and I wish I planted a whole lot more.
The sugar snap peas are doing well (except for a small area I saw today that looks like it has been dusted in white powder - a google search of white powder on sugar snap peas is not promising).
That's my one grape tomato so far.
Here's my beets, a couple radishes and a carrot - not too bad. That's the only carrot I've pulled up so far. It's not pretty but it tasted good.
The wisteria is giving us a second bloom.
And the sweet peas seem to just be starting to come around again after they didn't get quite enough water for a bit. Next year I want more of these too.
My extra lovely, very tall sunflower. It's the tallest of the group - I'd say there are about five that will still bloom.
I spent more time out there this weekend than I have in quite awhile.
Fertilizing, watering, weeding, dreaming, planning, enjoying, and photographing.
Soaking up the light.