moon lit night last night, i think tonight is the actual full-moon
roma tomatoes in containers with drippers in place
Here is the basil, which we planted in pairs to ensure survival. So far seems like it was a good idea. The basil has not grown too fast yet, although it started smelling great and has some really nice dark green tops. We haven't had the best of luck with herbs. Parsley never even germinated. The chives are still trying to get established I think. Really the sage has the best chances in this arid climate, and it might even look the best.
snap peas starting to come to, although there is still room to plant something else along the line, in between the peas. Maybe chard? nice shady spot, we'll have to wait and see. This variety is self-supporting which will save us on trellises.
a small row of bibb lettuce, grows in heads. Might need some thinning as it gets bigger.