It has been a while since I updated my garden and this year my pickle cucumbers didn’t do too well and I was surprised to see one grew in the middle of the garden.
My sweet basil is doing well, I planted some in pots and a few in raised bed.
The cherry tomato plants are dying, I guess I have gone camping one time too many.
But I still get a few ripe tomatoes everyday.
The chili pepper plants are more hardy and can thrive on the rain falls.
This is the first time I bought the young pepper plants from Lowe and the pepper is longer than the Thai Chili pepper that I normally plant.
I never thought that I would see the Spinach vines climb the trellis. This brought back my childhood memory, my mom used to plant this at the refugee camp in Thailand.
I think the flower is beautiful.
I planted the Thai eggplants in late spring and didn’t think they would produce any fruit.
Actually they are healthier than early Spring planting, and I didn’t see as many black bugs eating the leaves this year comparing to last year. I harvested a few today.
I hope you can guess what this is. It’s legal to plant them by the way.
The passion flower doesn’t look too passionate anymore.
I decided to plant mid summer planting this year and below are bush beans.
I also planted tomatoes and squashes.
So far the tomatoes are doing well.
This is my first time planting squash and I can’t wait to see it bears fruits.
More bush beans.
Max is not allowed in my garden.
And this is the reason why, Max loves cucumber and vegetables.
I took a picture of my dad’s garden two weeks ago and the string beans are thriving this year.
As for my garden neighbor, I think he gave up on his garden. It’s kind of sad to see a beautiful garden go to waste. It’s an eyesore to his neighbors but I’m sure it’s a haven for the rabbits.
All photos were taken with a Canon T2i and EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM lens.