I'm just thankful that they didn't hardly bother the Bean Haus -- they took a bite or two, but it's mostly intact. Thank you, God!!
As you can see, the beans are taking off and climbing up the wire now!
One of the York Elderberry plants finally bloomed -- I'm checking the others daily but nothing from them yet.
Zucchino Rampicante plants in the grey bucket. They are looking fabulous...reaching out and growing up the fence. I'm using some vine pins to hold them up at first, but once they grab hold of the fence they don't need any more help - the vines are tough and just go! Can't wait to try these - mostly we will pick them as summer squash, but you can also let them grow older and they can be eaten as winter squash.
Tromboncino squash are also starting to vine. I grew these last year and we really loved them. Even better than zucchini, a nice buttery taste.
The snow peas started producing last week and are nearly dead now -- but we got a nice harvest from both the golden and the green peas. The heat is just too much for them. I may try to put them in the fall garden this year -- they may do better in the fall, or at least last longer!