I am looking forward to having veggies!
I am generally not a totally negative person, but I am terribly pessimistic when it comes to gardening in the spring. I first plant my seeds or seedlings, thinking that they are doomed to be eaten or otherwise killed by weather, global warming, neglect, aliens, or any other possible excuse I can find.
So when it comes to be late June, I am always elated every morning when I go to the garden to see if there is anything else coming up, and lo and behold, there are actual plants surviving in my midst!
It never fails, every year I start the season grumping and cussing, and by late June I am jumping for joy and taking endless pictures of my garden's progress, (and then boring all my friends, family, and fauna with showing them off).
I think at some point the Garden Gods are going to send blight down to my raised beds just to shut me up...so I had better start being more positive and saying my thanks when I put those new plants and seeds in the ground.
So here you go, my update on my garden progress, below you will find: a squash flower, beginning broccoli, my first green tomatoes, Potato flowers, and pea flowers (which I happen to think are just beautiful!)