I got the garden in mostly a week or so ago, with potatoes on the East, corn on the North, then tomatoes beside the potatoes, and peppers at the end of their row. Peas, carrots/radishes and beans beside the corn. Then a row of marigolds, then onions, more marigolds. Then pumpkin, squash and beets lastly. Hope they all come up, I have a lot of thistle out there, I keep digging it out but since it comes back from the roots, I might have to spray it out, wish it woulda come up before I planted.
And I had to include a picture of my favorite tree in full bloom, and the crazy blackbirds who built a nest at the bottom of the maple tree, right behind my garden bench. Silly birds they coulda built it in the tree and I wouldn't have chased her away when I mowed.
Then the perennial garden, doesn't look like anything from last year survived :( Not a real surprise as I planted them all at the wrong time and then I never covered them over last winter and we had no snow. But I was hoping anyways. Well got new stuff in there now one day it will all survive. Oh and in the garden along the north fence by my peony I got some sunchokes from my neighbor, I had never heard of them before but she says you can eat them too? weird.
And the planters, still got the hanging baskets, although i found much prettier ones I may make for next summer. And the green pots, which I planted basil and spearmint in them around the petunias. And my bicycle and cowboy planters have I dunno what that looks like daisies (I had them last year and asked for the same thing and she knew what I wanted) And the other plants did something different we will have to see how they turn out and what to get for next year. Don't have much for vines in my tall planter cause it seems they always get so beat up by the wind. Might have to make another row on there and put smaller flowers half away up or something.