Weekend morning waterings to the sound of the birds are so restful!
The green tomatoes are covered in a golden fuzz. Perhaps it's a simple defense against insects (it must be a field of aweful spikes to them!) but at our scale, it catches the sunlight in a very pretty way.
Our most ambitious cucumber seems to have taken an abrupt reversal of course. It shouldn't affect its eatability, but it sure is funny-looking! (see photo)
We water, and wait. The formerly blank walls are now green leaves up to eye level. Food is coming, but beauty is here!
Notable article today in today's Seattle Times: Vegetable gardens crop up in Seattle parking strips