The west garden is so full of growing bounty that you can't see it all the way I usually photograph it. So in the interest of our documentation of the garden I chose to shoot it in sections from the side, standing in between the beds. Let's see how this works out...
Starting at the top of the garden, on the right here, the peas have become quite the tangled plants. They just keep growing and need a bigger trellis to climb. We may add about a 4-5 foot trellis up the garage side next year, see if that helps. Next to the tiny trellis I put in earlier, the cucumber plants that Kate started from seed inside have started to take off. This is one of our biggest space concerns.
Moving left, further down the garden we have a rough row of cherry tomatoes at the top, regular tomatoes in the middle, and a small basil plant that we may have to move or put in a pot due to the encroaching cucumbers. To the left of that is another rough row of sage, a tiny but healthy thyme plant and a larger leaf basil than the smaller one next to it. Further down are 2 rows of garlic (still not enough :)).
Just this side of the good looking garlic are hot and sweet pepper plants, the one lower in the pic, the sweet, was laying a bit the other day so is now staked. Then at the bottom of the garden, in thirds, are carrots up top, then lettuce and finally the radishes. The squirrels dug up part of a row where you see the bare spot. We might move the basil there later, we'll see.
And finally, the calendar has turned to July and the June-bearing strawberry plants must have known as they have finished giving up their delightful berries. In all, we got around 7 quarts of berries this Spring. It doesn't seem like a lot, certainly not too much, but it's kind of sad that they're done now until next Spring.