Early this summer we discovered some new volunteer plants in the garden which are not invasive vines (which are typical)! There are brown eyed susans (rudbeckia):
and bellflower (campanula)
our bird feeder with some new and some old plantings around it...pretty hodge podge for now- but we'll see what does well and then plant more!
st johns wort blooming
allium heads (planted as bulbs last fall)
The veggie garden still growing...
Kentucky Wonder Pole Beans just getting going...
leaf lettuce is looking good as are the onions- tomatoes and basil still pretty wee
sugar snap peas! these were awesome in the late spring and then tuckered out when the hot weather came. they made us feel pretty happy about the veggie garden while the other plants grew slowly early on.
melons, gourds and squash getting going...
our first bell pepper
two salad mixes that have amazing lasted a long time through the hot weather
little marigold bed
moving along- pole beans growing taller