Tomatoes are a bit smaller than I'd like, but they're growing quickly.
I love this combination of Seminole Rose and Chinese wisteria, though both plants are evil, wicked things the rest of the year.
Sunshine Blue blueberries... heavy bearing, even in a container. Easiest blueberry by far.
One of my Gulf-series plum trees. The two that are in their second year are loaded with fruit.
Earligrande peach. Way ahead of my FlordaPrince, as the name implies. Second year in the garden. I left approximately fifty fruit on the tree, and culled the rest. I'm always astonished how prolific and quick peaches are.
One of my plums. It went in the ground at the same time as the peach (above). Much slower growth rate, but it looks ready to bear (relatively) heavily this year, probably twenty-five fruit.
I nursed this Osteospermum through the summer, in a large pot. It's very large now (three feet in diameter) and loaded with this lovely blooms.
First squash should bloom in a couple of days. Slick-Pik from Johnny's.
A bit of my new, front-yard bed.