The side garden is doing well- the cherry tomatoes are definitely starting to take off, and the ground cherries are actually setting fruit.
The ruffled Tuscan basil has been a bit of a bust – the other basils are just fine with the amount of water they’re getting, but I can’t keep that Tuscan basil happy. I will not be getting that again.
Yesterday, I added two peppers (another poblano and a sweet red), and some collard and sprouting broccoli seeds to the community garden bed.
This morning, I was back there for a work party (we started a perennial bed at what will eventually be the entrance when our fence arrives), and the zucchini had blossomed overnight. (I could see the buds yesterday, but they didn’t at all look like they were ready to bloom.)
That bed is also doing well- the calendula have started to bloom this week, and the tomates are doing so well I added stakes to their cages. That Tuscan basil even likes it a bit more over there – one of the six plants is still alive, though has gone to flower. (There are ants all over it.)