I finally have a pretty decent row of carrots started, after total failure last spring.
It's hard to believe it myself, but the zucchini plants have made it through many bug attacks and are apparently going to be able to die of natural causes. I have a couple young plants coming on for later, if my timing is right. Also a couple of cucumber plants for the fall. Every year I plant one hill of cukes, thinking all I want is some for eating fresh. Then I start wishing I had planted more so I could make pickles. Next year there will be more cucumbers in my garden, and I'll be making my mom's 14-day sweet pickles.
We had some delicious corn from the garden yesterday: It's the Kandy Korn variety, which supposedly stays sweet and good for picking for up to two weeks... you can see it in the background. I planted some for later harvest, but that was one of my many failures. I always have a problem with corn not coming up.