We doubled the size of our veggie garden this year, and it's finally taking off and growing well. Even the weeds seem to be healthier than ever. A while back, I read a post here on FoRT about the process of working through your troubles as you work in your garden. I'm trying that approach, and can't say that I now enjoy weeding, but I'm learning to appreciate the quiet therapy of it. (Given the number of weeds I've been facing, there's surely a message in there somewhere for me. ) We've picked a few zucchini and green beans, but most plants are several weeks out from harvesting. This year we're trying limas and pumpkins, along with corn, beans, purple-hull peas, squash, tomatoes, cucumbers, okra, watermelon and cantaloupe. We had a patch of dill, but hubby hoed it up not realizing it was there. I have some cilantro I may try sowing in it's place, along with hot peppers (planning for salsa).
Okay, I'm rambling. Just wanted to bump this thread and hear how others are doing this year with gardening. So... how does your garden grow?