Our Kumquat tree is really off this year, it's in full bloom now! Normally, they blossom in the spring, like the rest of the citrus. Perhaps it's related to it's big move 2 seasons ago. It could also be that it's liking the phosphorus and potassium from the chicken bones we buried back a few months ago.
A lot of figs ripening... we have lots of june bugs flying around and landing to enjoy some of the fruits.
The Amish Paste tomatoes were a big success this year. Unfortunately, we didn't purchase the wire meshes to keep the plant up, and it's looking tired and saggy now.
This bed is the mix-match bed right now. It was growing the daikon radishes until recently. It's got nappa cabbage, radishes, bush bean plants, hyacinth bean plants, okra plants and cosmos.
This bed had the kabocha pumpkins, corn, beans and cucumbers. I took most of it out except for a few bean plants and the cucumber. The cucumbers are starting to look sickly now with powdery mildew. The bed is "littered" with the remains of the plants I yanked. It's keeping the soil moist until I'm ready to plant our next batch of garlic and alliums.
The Pepper bed is the healthiest looking bed right now
The herb garden is looking quite shaggy now.
The elephant head amaranth is starting to bloom