I have the next batch of seeds ready for sowing over the next few days. This time I will be sowing carrots, cauliflower, broccoli, and radish.
Despite my unnecessary pessimism, the seeds I sowed a few weeks back have sprouted and are growing rapidly.
We have cucumbers
Two kinds of zucchini
And snap beans
The corn didn't do well. It grew and then I think the birds were getting it because I kept finding it strewn all over the garden. I may plant some more, or perhaps just concentrate on my next planting. I don't want to try to do too much for my first fall season.
K's melon plant is growing well. I need to plant it out, although it is completely the wrong time of year for melons. It seems to be loving the rain and humidity we have been having though.
I also have a sturdy basil plant that is still going strong despite me having taken many leaves from it for pesto. I think there is at least one more crop left. Basil seems to love our desert summer heat.
A beautiful Brittlebush which is a native here in the Sonoran desert, has self seeded and is growing fast. I love it when this happens, what could be easier?
I think our little garden is coming together slowly. Still more work to do but I am loving it.