I was gone to Minneapolis for a few days this week, but thanks to rain and PJ watering, the garden plot can take the absence. Today we received a lovely morning rain, and Michael and I stopped by the garden after brunch to see how it is doing.
The mystery plant, which I think might be mustard greens is growing nicely. Since no one posted on this blog what they thought it was, I've uploaded this more recent photo to Facebook to see if anyone can identify it.
I think two of the bell peppers are gone, which, so far, is the only thing we've lost. The questionable squash is looking good. The cucumbers have grown substantially and now need to be separated, though some of their older leaves are yellowing. The tomatos are not growing too quickly, but everything else is. I took some photos of how good the red cabbage and the kale look.
The onion which came up from seed has its pretty flower now.
Oh, and there is volunteer dill coming up. I noticed it in other beds and also in the walkways, so I'm guessing that last spring someone's dill went to seed and the seeds blew around the garden. Not complaining about that!