I am quite sure that folks around us are having much the same results as ourselves. The combined force of heavy rains mixed with very warm temperatures have created serious jungles of our gardens.
Here are some photos from our garden indicating we are living in places far removed than what we are used to:
Corn Orchard Baby, varieties of Peas with a variety of Pumpkin in front.
The Kale has no where to go…and suddenly the white beasts have arrived. Time to bring out the diatomaceous earth and dust!
Some Peas are finishing and look at the Beans!
The Tomatoes have risen in the back ground!
My hubby is trying to navigate through my 10 ft. Morado corn. I am afraid of predicted winds arriving!
The herbs are fighting with the Job’s Tears AND the Ground Cherry behind too!
Is this supposed to be Tom Thumb corn?
Oh ya! Heather’s Uncle’s Spinach…as promised almost 6 ft tall!
Pole Beans…to the sky. Even the fence can’t handle them!
These were the potatoes planted under hay mulch. They bloomed ahead of the conventionally planted potatoes…yest showed thru 2 weeks later!
And this is the “REST” of the story…