The zucchini suffered the most slug damage. This variety is called "Cashflow".
This year's bean teepee is extra tall. I planted these "Kentucky Wonder" beans late, but they jumped out of the ground.
This is a "burpless" cucumber. I'll be picking it soon. Compared to the other variety I'm growing, this one is especially smooth and shiny, with none of those sharp little nubs on the outside.
These tricolor bush beans were destroyed by deer last week. I put in some more Kentucky Wonders next to the trellis.
These red onions are doing well. I've already cut off a few scallions, leaving the bulb in the dirt. Do you think the cut ones will continue to grow?
I think this might be the Minnesota Midget canteloupe. Lotsa flowers - no fruit so far. Also planted fairly late.
These are either Celebrity or Purple Cherokee. (Obviously if it turns purple, it's the latter!)
Not very hopeful for broccoli. I cut one floret about the size of a quarter,
and there's another one coming about the size of a pea. That's it.
Husky cherry tomatoes. So far (knock wood) my tomatoes have resisted blight. However, there is some evidence that blight has tried unsuccessfully to get a foothold here. I'm trying to avoid spraying anything -- even preventatively -- but am considering some organic antifungal sprays. I think these are going to be gorgeous when they're ripe - Vintage Wine tomatoes.
This is a green bell pepper - not the shape that I anticipated.These are "Green Envy" edamame. There are about ten plants - a super easy, carefree fun crop.