These are the tomato plants. A few different kinds. Cherry and yellow ones, and queen something. Some should be ripe when I travel north for a visit.
The garden beans should be in full swing (I hate to leave them long in fact, but I will for that one visit). Going to add a black mulch in a couple of weeks. My community garden neighbors tend to use mulch to lock out the weeds but the purpose of mulch is to retain moisture. Better to weed a garden and introduce earth worms into the mix. I wish I had preying mantis though. They are cool. They eat the nastiest bugs.
Part of a row of lima bean plantings above here; you can't see it but, these are starting to want to climb. I have netting rigged up for the garden beans a little different from this "method" given I am learning as I go.
For instance, this is what a watermelon planting looks like. You can't see it, but it's in a mound of soil. I planted some watermelon seeds. I should have two plants in the end. I planted summer squash and kale, too. I might have room for beets and brussel sprouts (for the fall). That is then.
This is now.