As summer winds down, I am happy to report that the garden has been a surprising success this year. The tomatoes have been spectacular . . .
The squash, zucchini, pumpkin, and watermelon are all currently conquering my backyard . . .
And the greengage plums are so plentiful that they sag the branches (the photo is a bit out of focus, but you get the idea) . . .
The potatoes, onions, peppers, eggplants, and beets also turned out well. The only crop that hasn't lived up to expectations this year are the raspberries. The lack of rain in a hotter than normal June appears to be the cause of the low yield this year.
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