Peas are doing beautifully! We had a couple of handfuls already and we have plenty more to come. We built this chicken wire wall for beans and peas, and peas are loving it! Cucumbers are doing great too:
Hubby built me a cool trellis for when cukes get bigger. Then they can spread on this trellis, and I'll plant more salad underneath it for some shade:
Peppers are really happy! I haven't had much success with peppers in the last few years so I tried to read everything I could before the season started. I use Epsom salt this time around, and my plants are doing so much better already. I added some before I planted and then I mix 1 tsp of salt in 1 quart water and spray my peppers about every two weeks with this solution:
You can see some kale on the back here too. We still have some salad that I'm planning to use this week:
And here's some romaine. It's doing nicely too:
Zucchini and tomatoes are doing good too. I even got some blossoms on tomato plants already ( I feed them with eggshells for better growth ):
I forgot to take a picture of my herb garden put it's doing pretty good too, and we enjoy plenty of fresh herbs. My beans are not doing as nicely so I'm thinking of buying some plants in the store and try again. I used seeds this time, and they were supposed to be 40-day ones before harvesting but it's been a month and I have like two leaves on each plant.
Overall, I'm very pleased with our garden and can't wait to have our own fresh produce here.
How's your garden doing (if you have any)? What did you plant this year?