The good: I've had a lot of progress with my veggies these last few weeks. The tomato plants look so big now compared to the last time I showed them to you. They're in the process of being hardened off and will be transplanted in another week or so. The snow peas are still doing well, and a few of my spindly broccoli seedlings even started to strengthen up. Oh, and garlic! Did you know you grow garlic simply by sticking a clove into the ground? Pretty cool. But it does take many months until it's ready for harvest.
The bad: I think my radishes have bolted (the leaves are growing, but there's no radish to be found when I've gently pushed aside some dirt to check). I'm going to give them another few weeks and then maybe pull them up... or let them flower and grow some seed pods instead. Have you ever grown radish seed pods? They sound delicious.
(pictured above: carrots, garlic, broccoli, lettuce, snow peas... and cherry tomatoes, a bit wilted from a few hours out in the sun.)