June 26

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Peppers doing their thing. Basil in the front is getting big.
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I like this little bed, but it’s a classic case of throwing plants in and not planing ahead for their growth. I’m going to move some things next year. 
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Nasturium. I know it’s edible (flowers and leaves) but for some reason I can’t bring myself to try it. I just grow them because they’re pretty. 
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Green beans, carrots and the new tomatoes.
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The tomatoes are huge.
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It’s like a tomato jungle in there. 
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Getting close! 
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Spaghetti squash is starting to grow up the trellis. 
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I need to weed this corner, but look at that trumpet vine. It’s just as big on the other sides of the fence. You’d never know I cut it back to the ground last spring. 
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Peppers and corn and very sad looking Miss Kim lilacs. They had gotten way to big so we cut them back hard. Theoretically, they should push out new growth on the inside. If not, we’ll rip them out next spring. 
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Peppers and tomatillos. I feel like everything is really late even though I know it’s not. I guess I’m just impatient. 
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The asparagus continues to put out new shoots. Since I had no idea how it grew, it’s a fun spot to follow in the garden. 
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