We've got some green & yellow peppers, jalepeño, & tomatoes coming out.
We bought a battery-operated timer to operate the drip line. Eventually we'd like to tie it in to our existing sprinkler system and control everything from one main controller. For this season though, I think we've accomplished more than I dreamed of doing. One other thing I want to do after I get back is make some cover or cage for everything as we've already lost all our first strawberries to squirrels. Plus there's a fox that dug up some holes (thankfully didn't damage anything) in the garden beds so I'd rather not have to worry about all that.
Oh, did I ever mention we have a grape vine?
I thought it was a wine grape, but our neighbor told us it's a concord grape. I'm not sure if that's better news than it being a wine grape since concord grapes have seeds, but oh well.... I think we're set up for a boat load of them at the end of the season 'cause look at that vine! The whole section of fence you see in this photo has the grape vine growing on it.
I've never been around and cared for plants like this before, so all the growth really ceases to amaze me =) I can't wait to come back to them near the end of the month and see how big they are, presumably they survive... I'm still very paranoid they're going to die, even though I've seen how resilient they are!