It’s time for another trip around the garden in pictures! This year has certainly been a mixed bag in terms of results. Here we are at the end of August, and some things, like the tomatoes, look as though it’s still July. Some things are already dying off, like much of the lettuce and greens, and some things, like the zucchini and beans just won’t quit! (And that’s a-okay. 🙂 )
So let’s take look at how things are doing. Of note: apologies for the square aspect ratio of the photos. We changed the camera’s settings and forgot to change them back before taking these images. Also, these are in no particular order, so we’ll be skipping around the yard at random. Sound fun? Well then, let’s go!
Somewhere in this mess we have peppers…can you spot them? (We moved the pepper plants into one of the raised beds, out of the hot sun.)
So that’s August in the garden. It’s still strange with some things being so behind, and other things being so far gone, but this has been a strange year. The weather, in particular, has been no help. We’re hoping for a temperately warm but seasonable September, one that will help all the tomatoes ripen and give us some more beans, at least. Guess we’ll just have to wait till next month to find out!