We had some lettuce a couple of days ago, and it was delicious. I wish there was a way to preserve it so we could eat it through the winter too.
Peas, with corn in the background.
A few of the tomato plants, some of which have blossoms already.
The vegetable garden is mainly Mr. M's domain. Now that he's retired, he has acquired an interest in gardening. He decides what to plant and where to plant. I help a bit with the planting, but not much with weeding. We both harvest the vegetables, and he helps me with the canning/freezing. I used to do all of it, but now I'd rather spend my gardening time taking care of flowers. So it works quite well for both of us.
We also have four grape vines. This year, if all the grapes develop, we'll have lots to make juice and jelly.
And now, here are a few flowers to show you.
A Siberian iris. These are so beautiful and more delicate looking than bearded iris.
I gave up growing annuals many years ago. They are pretty, and can be very colorful, but too much work. Now I only plant perennials, and since my flower gardens are fairly well established, I only add a couple of new plants a year. I mostly just divide the ones I already have and put them in new locations.