I figured that small zucchini on the right wasn't going to give me any squash. If it did I think they would be the size of its tiny little leaves. They are both Raven zucchini plants. The first is growing quite well. The other is convinced it is a cucumber or something. So I pulled the poor thing and replanted.
While I was at it I replanted the third wave of corn. So far the first wave was a bust and I had to replant most. I think seven of the originals are still there. The second wave had to be replanted. Now the third wave is getting replanted. I'm beginning to think I should start them inside in blocks. Well at least most of the first and second wave are finally up. Late but up. The last fourth wave is supposed to go in on June 21st. I don't know if it will have time to mature at that late date, but I'm trying to figure this corn thing out. I thought maybe my issues in the past were all timing. So far it just seems like corn hates me. When we do get some though it is so delicious that I'm going to keep trying. You never know. This year was the first ever for large broccoli heads. So maybe some year will be the perfect corn year. If I'm lucky maybe even this year.
As the weather has been slowly warming up - very slowly as it is 2:30 in the afternoon and the temp is only 65F - the weeds have really started germinating. The crab grass is trying to take over the world. I've been out and pulling as I see them, but sometimes they get ahead of me and I have to actually sit down and weed a bed out. But all in all I'm staying on top of it.
Not much else but harvesting is going on. The summer crops are growing slowly in the cool weather, but growing. Even the sweet potatoes seem to be doing something. Not much but at least something. I expected such a hot summer after the spring we had, but maybe it will be a pleasant summer instead. My favorite weather has always been in the 70Fs. So if that is what I get, I can't complain too much.