From faithful commentor Marvel:
Here’s a rather large sip from the Summer garden hose: a quick still-life of the garden today. Above, the first pale clematis — so delicate.
The blueberry plants are at least five years old now — putting on a lovely bunch of fruit this year.
A raft of bed-planted potatoes are just now flowering, their lovely ‘tell’ that new potatoes are developing belowground.
We added some fresh plants to our years-old strawberry patch — they’ve been delivering sweet berries for over a month now.
These marzanos (San Marzano? Super Marzano? Can’t remember) are coming in pretty early. The rest of the tomtoes are just getting jungle-bushy with plenty of of yellow flowers.
And so it begins: the first yellow zuke. Only planted three zukes this year, so that works out to, what?, six-hundred pounds or something???
How are things going in your gardens this week?