We have 3 sections of different tomatoes. These tomatoes here were on their last leg and my Lutheran Stud wanted to just get rid of him. I convinced him that we should save them. He ended up letting me plant them, but they aren't getting as much care as the rest of the tomatoes. There are a few tomatoes growing though, so we'll see how they turn out.
These tomatoes are experimental. We just threw seeds into the ground to see how they would turn out. Everyone says you should start them indoors before the last frost and then transfer them once it's warm. These plants are small, but I have a feeling they will catch the other tomatoes.
These are the beautiful tomatoes that my Lutheran Stud spent a great deal of time caring for and watering. They're about ready for cages.
We didn't plant watermelon this year because the children complained about all the seeds. It looks like we have some volunteer watermelons coming up from last year's plant that never got picked.
The lettuce has been beautiful. We've had salad almost everyday. Our children will either hate it or love it by the end of the summer.
This is the first year we've tried to grow cabbage. So far, it's pretty sparse. Maybe that's not a bad thing. That means less Runzas for my friends. ;)
Our squash was one of the last things we planted. We actually just found a few spaghetti squash in our basement. It made it all winter long, obviously.