The garden is looking pretty this August. I wish it were more productive. We are not getting enough sun for the fruiting plants like tomatoes and peppers. Don promises to take down more of the offending tree(s) when the weather gets cooler. I wish he'd done it in the spring!
I picked out a rotten log and put soil in it. I planted basil, radishes, and lettuce seeds in it, both to hold the soil and to look pretty. These plants have pretty shallow roots, so I am hoping they will survive there.
The asparagus is thriving, but the bush beans have gone by. I've planted more. They grow fast, and Don loves them.
|The asparagus looks pretty|
Our experiment with trellising butternut squash turned out OK.
|Trellising butternut squash to save garden space|