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Yep. It's mostly overrun with weeds now. I planted tomatoes, squash, green peppers, jalapeños, some sort of weird cucumber, basil, cilantro and italian parsley. Either the cilantro or parsley died quickly, and the yellow squash died after that. The best crop out there, other than the weeds, is the basil. Kelen's helped a bit, and he liked moving the dirt around.
I had put my back out for about a month and a half during planting season this year and that ran into softball tournament season so I didn't get my garden planted this year. I've been over at my mil's mooching and I really miss having my own garden in my back yard. I suppose now that softball's over I could probably get some lettuces going.
Eli loves helping his grandma weed.
I usually just do tomatoes in pots, but I didn't them this year.
I'd love to do tomatoes but DH and the kids hate them. I should grow cherry tomatoes because they can pick them out of salads and I could take them in my lunch. I also want to try one of those topsy turvy tomato planters.