And soon we will have strawberries! Our strawberries apparently liked the wet Spring -- they look amazing this year.
I'm feeling pretty good about the garden this year. It's taken several years of trial and error to get to the point where I sort of feel like I know what I'm doing and I also know what I like to grow.
This will definitely be the year of the tomato since I planted a ridiculous number of plants, but it is also the first year I'm planting radishes, beets, tomatillos, watermelons and garlic (which was planted last fall). Old favorites are back too -- tomatoes (obviously), strawberries, raspberries (which are multiplying like mad!), potatoes, jalapeno peppers, cucumbers, herbs (flat leaf parsley, basil, sage, oregano, cilantro and thyme), carrots and lettuce. And I shouldn't forget the flowers which I grew from seed this year -- petunias, impatiens, marigolds, and sunflowers.
Whew. I really need to keep a gardening journal to keep all this straight from year to year, but I suppose the blog will suffice.