Now, recovering with a nice bowl of watermelon and cantaloupe, it's a good time to summarize what's growing "out there". In the main garden: Front row of Dwarf project plants (12). Next row back - half row of basil (needing blossom cluster removal - and ready for the first Pesto batch of the year), two blueberry bushes (in the middle of harvest), and half a row of beans, where the last garlic was dug the other day.
Behind that - half row of beans that is now providing some harvest, two more blueberry bushes, and another half row of beans that germinated a week or so ago.
Next back, nine hills of summer squash and two of cucumbers. The two rows back from that are planted with potatoes, with healthy vines, some in blossom. Then, finally, the last two rows have indeterminate tomatoes.
The driveway is all tomatoes (both indeterminate around the edge, and dwarfs in the center), peppers (hot and sweet), and eggplant. With everything now planted, it is all about maintenance - tying, watering, mulching, feeding and harvesting. And, of course, documentation - meaning videos, pictures and notes.
Time for a nap!