We are still dealing with warmer than normal temps here in Western Washington. Today it is in the mid 80’s, which is better than last Monday, which was in the mid 90’s….way too hot for me!
With such hot weather, some of the veggies have not done too well, even though we tried to keep them well watered. Slowly, but surely we are pulling out and thinning the veggies. The gardens look so much better in spring than in late summer!
cosmos & zinnias
(cilantro gone to seed)
(there is still some fresh dill in the garden, but I am letting these heads go to seed)
(none of the cherry tomatoes are small like the illustration on the seed packet, these are the size and shape of a roma tomato…oh well, still tasty!)
(yes, both the yellow & green zucchini are turning into giants…it’s that time of year!)
small sugar pumpkins
(they are just now starting to ripen. I think that I will have to add some to my yogurt in the morning!)
(this flower has gone to seed, still kind of pretty though)
veggies collected from the garden this morning…such a blessing!