These are the tomatoes that the boys and I planted. They have lots of blooms and tomatoes are already forming. If you look to the low right, you can see two good sized ones. They are going to taste mighty good.
This is the entire garden. We've eaten lots of lettuce and given some away. The carrots need thinning and the cabbage are coming along. If those leaves are any indication of the size of the cabbage we're going to have, they will be huge.
The lavender is blooming its heart out this year. It is pretty and the fragrance drifts on the breeze.
This is the porch railing where Brandon planted the peach begonia and the asparagus fern. All of the plants on the railing are doing well.
The other railing. We have yellow begonias and aspargus fern here, plus an old cast iron pot filled with ivy.
Not everything is doing well. The flowers in the front and side gardens are just holding their own and not growing much. I think they are getting too much moisture. However, we need to count our blessings. We have homegrown food to eat and sufficient rainfall to keep the water table in the safe zone. So many are living in areas where there are drought conditions.
Do you have something that is a blessing to you? If so, I'd love to hear about it. Have a great week.