The first day of no school for the kids and we are recovering from the beach (pics to follow shortly). The garden was a bit dry after a few days of relying on the rain here. The tomatoes continue to produce and grown nicely. One of the cherry tomato plants is looking VERY dry, but I am hoping it will be fine now that it has a bit of water. The fruit/vegetable are still there so I think it will recover. Unfortunately the de Bourbonne cucumber are looking terrible. Many of them are yellow and they are growing curved which I know I know is not a good sign. I think this Floida heat is too muc for them. Plus I am wondering about an infestion of some white bugs from the green beans - it's possible that I will need to invest in some galic spray to keep away pests. The thai egg plant are beginning to flower - purple thus far. And the asparagus bean plant is ready for a trellis so that is a project for later this week.
And the flowers are finally beginning to bloom. What looked like this last week . . .
. . . now look like this