It might be the hottest year on record in the US of A, but I've still got a little garden growing. My peach tree is still green, and so is my rosemary. My oregano is browning up a bit, but I'm pretty sure it just needs a week or two of cooler weather to get back to normal.
But the pride of the garden is this:
They're not huge, but the sure are pretty. And since this was my first time trying out carrots, I'm pretty pleased with the results. Next time they're getting deeper pots, but I'm counting this as a pretty good first attempt. The thing I'm most impressed with is how little room they take. These are not strawberries, which need lots of room and give you weak results. As long as they have somewhere deep to take root, these seem pretty hardy. They did withstand caterpillars and the most significant drought of my life, after all.