These are our container veggies, flowers, herbs and the blueberry bush we're going to plant out by the clothesline sometime this week. There's cherry tomatoes, lettuce, spinach, calendula, basil, the new squash plants and two of our old squash plants that I hope to salvage if I can get them to root. I had to cut out all the bad stem and scrape out all the destruction that the grub left behind. We'll see... Crossed fingers! I still want an organic garden, grown with no chemicals, so I've got some diatomaceous earth and peppermint essential oil to make a spray that I'm going to use to fight the squash bugs when they come back (and they will) as well as any other bugs that show up. So far, none of the other plants have been affected by anything so I haven't had to really do anything.
This cucumber is pretty much a showstopper. I can't believe how this thing has thrived. I counted 48 baby cucumbers today! There's cilantro and sweet peppers in there, too.
The sunflowers are coming up by the fence and I hope to have a flower by August!
We put this old Mexican blanket down for Tabbie Hoffman and Banjo to lay on when they're on the front porch, to keep them off the concrete and make it a little more comfortable for them. Y'all see where Tabbie laid. :)