May and June were very kind months to my state. We had below normal temperatures and above average rain; all components to a fantastic garden.
July has brought us a few 100 degree days. However I'm not complaining, because I'll take a couple 100 degree days over 60 days straight of 100. Today our garden does not look as green. In fact, we've already lost a vegetable. Last week, squash finally lost it's battle to bugs. RIP Squash!
Everything else is going strong. The cherry tomatoes and bell peppers have done awesome. I'm sure I've picked over 100 cherry tomatoes.
Blogger World, if you ever think about planting a garden I highly recommend it!
I've had a blast with our garden. I'm already making plans for more beds for next year.