We’re still getting peppers, tomatoes, an eggplant and trombocino squash every now and then, and cowpeas, and I am hoping that soon we will be able to add bush beans to the harvest. This is the most recently planted patch of beans – to replace the patch that was wiped out when the tree fell across the top of the house and smashed part of the garden:
The little bean patch is looking pretty promising; if all goes well, it will make a nice transition to the fall crops.
Meanwhile, the lettuces have been growing.
Other planted-from-seed crops also have grown beyond the seed-leaf (cotyledon) stage, and the transplanted veggies are all in, too. Yesterday I was able to plant the cauliflower — the last of the fall veggies to be planted.
When the rest of the summer crops come out, some spaces will be planted with onions and garlic, and the rest will go into cover crops. Amazingly, it seems as though the fall garden is mostly on track! Here’s hoping for decent weather and no more falling trees.