My garden is doing very well now. My lettuce is big enough that I could start harvesting any time now. My tomatoes have also come back nicely and I have a few green tomatoes and several flowers. My sugar snap peas are about a foot high and climbing up string. I planted a second batch of lettuce and some spinach in some old gutters I had. I planted some turnips that are about 2 inches high now. My leafy vegetables are not doing as well. I have cucumbers, squash, zucchini, watermelon, and pumpkin. They are still growing, but not as well as I would hope. I also have peppers. The peppers are fighting to not be eaten by something. I have sweet potatoes and potatoes growing in pots.
I can not wait until I am at the point where I am able to actually get food out of my garden.
I spoke to a friend of mine in the area that gardens as well. She said zucchini just does not do well around here. There is a bug that eats them that is really hard to get rid of. In NY where I grew up, zucchini grows like weeds so I thought it would be easy. Not.
Some years it grows fine for me, other years not. Great flowers, then no zucchinis. Never thought it would be so temperamental. Takes up a lot of space, then the day you are away, it grows a 10 pound zucchini! (I'm in Ontario)