Looks as though the morning glory is sharing some juicy secret with the sunflower, doesn't it? The brilliant golden yellow and purple-tinged blue are striking together.
This view from across the garden shows not only the jungle that has sprung up with all the heat and rain, but the mass of morning glories that cover the cellar alongside the bobbing heads of the sunflowers.
Here a tomatillo has burst from its husk...many of these have burst out before the husk ever lightens in color or turns papery. Is there something wrong, or is it because of the nature of this variety? Either way, the fruits are small and waxy coated. The flavor is best described by my step-daughter who says tomato crossed with green apple comes to mind.
I love the okra! Especially the deep magenta stalk and branches of the Burgundy Okra. They are huge plants so I need to create a new bed just for them next year. I have this one and 2 green varieties, but we just aren't getting enough production to suit us, so hopefully next year I can have between 8-12 of them.