The gardens are growing by leaps and bounds, so I thought I'd take you on a tour today.  Either click <HERE> or the article title above to get to more pictures.
peppers

Here are my buckets...
bucket_brigade

The tomatoes were hit pretty hard by a small hail we received (in early June?), but they're doing well now. On the right is one of my Burpee Super Sauce which is s'posed to make two-pound tomatoes...
super_sauce

I have two tomatoes; one sauce and one cherry. The cherries are s'posed to be short-season, so I can get to salsa-making sooner. I also have two peppers; one cayenne-like hot and one sweet. The skinny ones in the last picture are the hots. The chunky one's up front here are the sweets...
peppers

Continuing clockwise around the yard, we have the asparagus...
asparagus

Then, the sunflowers.  Three packs only filled four-or-five rows.  Kelly bought more, but got a short variety.  Can you tell which is which...?
sunflowers

In the back, you can see the walking onions in the strawberry patch.  I might pull all those out...  They don't make a real onion bulb; they're just like a giant green onion, and the base is woody.

Next is the tomato jungle. Kelly brought some home from a co-worker, and my buckets were already full, so they went into the ground. They're a little wild...
tomato_jungle

Then, the leafy greens. We have spinach, lettuce, chard, carrots, and a few volunteer tomatoes...
greens

Then, another mixed patch of beets, onions, greens, and a couple more volunteer sunflowers...
mix_and_match

My garlic is just about ready to pick. I should have walked around to the south side to get a better picture...
garlic

The beans were moved to where the greens usually are. Peas are in back and will be moved next year...
bean_field_and_peas

The peas are still producing; they just aren't growing as high as they used to. Since they fruit from the bottom upwards, the taller the plant, the more peas you get.