Time for another garden update? Yes. Sure. Let's do this.
Flowers on the sugar snap peas. After I took the picture, I noticed set fruit. Yay!
Set fruit on the roma tomatoes. I haven't staked these yet, but they're still compact and standing strong.
Coming soon to the zucchini plants: flowers.
I think these are beets? Maybe? We also definitely have at least 3 volunteer tomato plants in this bed. Who knows if they'll have enough time to produce, but I'm leaving them in the ground to do their thing.
The corn is definitely knee high.
A few of the purple basil plants are variegated. So fun. And nope, I haven't thinned these yet. Haven't been able to bring myself to do it. Soon. Maybe. Also, who's eating my basil? Hmph.
Look at those radish seed pods. So fun. I tasted one, but I don't think it was quite ready yet.
Here's our first carrot. They're supposed to be about 4" long when fully mature, which is why this particular variety is good for growing in containers.
That's it for now. What's growing in your neck of the woods?