I'd have had ripe tomatoes a couple of months ago if I had started with greenhouse seedlings instead of growing them from seed myself, but it's nice to see them doing so well now that they are finally producing ready-to-eat fruit. There's nothing better than plucking and eating them homegrown right off the vine after being rinsed by the morning watering.
And now that the okra patch is producing a handful of pods each day, lunches are priceless.
Won't be too long before some homegrown potatoes can be added to the weekly menu.
The cantaloupe are producing lots of blossoms, but no signs of fruit on any of the vines yet.