The garden is doing pretty well. The first photo is the onion, lettuce, and pea bed. I got new topsoil and compost, but the onions do not seem to like the soil as much a my old soil. Not sure why. Peas are doing great and we just walk out there and pick them and eat the while we are running around the backyard.
Strawberry bed is doing well. I have already pinned down 11 new runners and look forward to filling in the bare spots better this year. I was not great at pinning them down the past few years so I am going to be better this year. I took old hangers and bent them into U pins and tied on some yard to see it and pull it later this year when the roots are set. Plus then I can cut the daughter plant off of the mother plant. I also have a yellow cherry tomato plant in the corner because it was so bare. Hopefully next year it is all strawberries. The berries have been decent this year, but not enough for my liking, considering it is a full bed and only for berries.
Tomatoes and peppers are doing well. Tomatoes took off quick with the heat the past few weeks. Peppers take a little longer. Both are full of blooms. The front of the peppers has some cilantro planted, but not sprouted yet.
Andrew Buck Michael