Garden is set to go
Raspberries (everbearing and fall-bearing)
Potatoes (white and blue)
Carrots (purple and orange)
Coriander & dill which seeded themselves from last year
4 hot peppers
10 red and green peppers
There is also a rhubarb up by the shed, and another canteloupe growing among the irises. I planted this one because last year a canteloupe seeded itself there from the compost I'd spread on, and it did so well, I figured this is a particularly attractive spot for them. Last year's started too late in the season to ripen, but it did produce a number of canteloupes.
I've had bad luck with flower seeds this year; not one morning glory has come up, and only half the nasturtiums. I got so fed up waiting for the latter I actually bought a small flat of already-growing ones and planted them in one of the big pots by the garage.
It's a dull, grey day today; not cold, but damp and depressing. I'm not fooled by the Weather Network declaring that we're having "good" weather just because it's not raining. I'm almost in the mood for a fire in the fireplace to cheer the place up.