The garden is really hitting its stride now, even though the weather still isn't consistently warm. There's not much to eat from it yet, except for salad greens. There are a few pattypan squash that'll be ready for harvest any day. And I could take some of the young fennel bulbs, but I want to let them get a little bigger. I'll have cucumbers and beets in a couple of weeks, around the time we harvest the garlic. The peppers and tomatoes are all flowering and setting fruit; the eggplants are just beginning to flower, as are the beans.
This is a “panorama” pieced together of shots taken from the third-floor deck. Funny, it looks so small and dollhouse-like. It's not: the beds are each 4' x 8' feet with about 2' in between, so the overall length is probably close to 80'. At the far right are the two newest beds; I still need to get a load of mulch down around them just to tidy things up.
If you'd like to see this photo in all its gigantic glory, you can click here to view it on Imageshack; once the page loads, click on the image to get it even bigger. If anyone has questions about the garden, or gardening in general, feel free to post your query in a comment and I'll answer as best I can.