We have several zucchini blossoms
The second batch of arugula I planted between two rows of scallions to keep pests away looks pretty good,
The leeks are starting to look less like blades of grass and more like future leeks.
Did you know that deer love edamame?
We learned that the hard way, but the plants they mowed over in one night seem to be coming back with a few leaves. I sprayed around the perimeter to keep the deer at bay, and planted more that are already sprouting.
The shallots have been wilting for weeks, and I noticed that some of the green tops had started to deteriorate, so I pulled those. They were not fully formed, and seemed...wet and mushy.
But there were others that were bulging out of the ground,
We have a similar situation with our garlic. Some of the stalks seem to have completely deteriorated. Rot?
Last, the tops of carrots are supposed to bulge out of the ground to signal that they're ready. We thought we saw a couple of orange tops and dug these up.
The early-morning, mid-July garden:
And a much prettier view to its right: