From back to front: Burpee Burpless Cucumbers, Bush Cucumbers, Zuchinni Squash, Yellow Crookneck Squash
From back to front: Big Boy Tomatoes, Cherry Tomatoes, Better Boy Tomatoes, Onions, Green Peppers. You can't see it, but beyond the tomatoes is a hill of watermelon, and what is left of the radishes.
My garden has been looking good, but if we don't get some rain soon, it will not produce. It never fails, we have a dry spell when the vegetables start to fill out. I water as much as I dare, but I have to ration water when it gets dry since we have a well. All watering seems to do is keep it alive. We need a good soaking rain to really make it grow.
It was 97 this afternoon - Hot, Hot, Hot. Everything is drooping and looks cooked. I'll go out in a few minutes and give the garden and my flowers a drink. I've been trying to add water to the pool this week. The water level drops almost a foot during the winter - probably from evaporation. I need to get the level up high enough to run the filter. We will probably uncover it and get it running this weekend. If it had been ready, I would have been swimming this afternoon.