The tomatoes are "regrouping" and setting new blossoms, while one or two small tomatoes are ready almost daily.
The onions do not like the 100 degree plus temps. Who can blame them. We planted them late, and decided to see how long they would make it. We've thoroughly enjoyed having them with our meals or in recipes. It's just so easy to send one of the boys out to get some when needed, and not have to worry about lack of indoor storage space. Now I need to pull many of them and hang them to dry.
The peppers are doing extremely well, especially the Habañeros. Something (grasshoppers?) is eating the tips of the jalapeños.
The sweet potatoes are vining everywhere! I've never grown sweet potatoes, before, so just buried some chunks just for fun. I grew up digging and eating white potatoes. This will be a nice addition to our table at mealtimes.
The crookneck squash is still producing, but has slowed down quite a bit.
Leaf cutters and something else are getting to Sparsebeard's grapevine that he has been babying. I'll have to take new pictures of our two different varieties of vine. They grow and spread so quickly that any pictures I have of them do not show how large they are today.
I'll close by recommending a friend's new blog. Sheila writes prolifically; beautiful spiritual applications are included, too. In this post, she shares about her garden in suburbia and overcoming her fear of bees.