Garden Status – What’s Growing in the Midwest Vegetable Garden

It amazes me how quickly things change in the garden. I was surprised to find a teeny tiny watermelon today…

…and a few itty bitty baby tomatoes.

I really don’t know how I missed the jalapenos. Several are big enough to use already.

There’s a yellow squash that’s ready to be picked. We’ll have it for lunch this afternoon.

In a day or two, I’ll be picking green beans again…and peas might be ready then too!

The muskmelon, broccoli, eggplant and carrots are coming along fine.

Before you know it…salsa season will be here!

I love growing all this fresh produce. It’s so healthy and yummy.

I’m very excited about my veggie garden this year. It’s looking really good so far!

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2 responses to “Garden Status – What’s Growing in the Midwest Vegetable Garden

  1. Your garden looks like it is coming along nicely. My tomatoes here in Maine are about the same size. I guess we will be eating tomatoes in August.

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