Not sure what update I'm on, but I have lot of garden news! First a couple of quick pictures of the garden:
The tomato plants, due to their continued instance that "I grow where I want", have been placed in govt reeducation centers, also known as "cages". These cages should help the tomatoes grow upright, though the quality of the cages leaves much to be desired, as they were obtained by govt contract or "at walmart".
Our watermelon plants continue to grow wherever as well, but hopefully the intimidation of seeing the tomatoes cages will show them how to get in line. I doubt it though, because they're dirty fuzzy watermelon hippies.
The Cherry tomato plants have begun producing lots of flowers and little tomatoes, and should be ready for taxing or "harvesting" soon. The strawberry and herbs planted in our gardening pots continue to under perform, proving yet again that separate but equal is a crock of BS.
The peppers are the soccer moms or "most confusing" plants of the lot. They can't decide what they want to do yet. I'm not sure if its just not hot enough for them, if they haven't been pandered to enough, or if I simply need to start getting more expensive haircuts to win their love, but we have some pepper plants that are very big but haven't so much as flowered, and some that are tiny and will probably crush themselves under the weight of the single pepper they're growing.
Our squash, like most politicians, are very pretty and have promised lots and lots of crop for harvest. Unfortunately, just like most politicians...our squash have promised lots and delivered little. We have one small squash that is starting to grow, but they promise to do better if we reelect them in November.
All of our plants, minus the political squash, seem to be suffering the effects of bugs or "1000s of pages of petty laws and regulations" which isn't helping them to grow and produce. Man, my garden has lots of issues!