In the garden this year:
yellow and green bell peppers
Georgia sweet onions
sweet and silverqueen corn
roma, rutgers, better boy, goliath, cherry, early girl, celebrity, and heirloom pink brandywine tomatoes
purple hull beans
That should keep us busy this summer. Even a small garden like ours requires so much work, but this year I am enjoying every minute of it. I'm looking forward to harvesting, sharing, cooking, eating and canning (for the first time) all the fruits of our labor.
Some of my enjoyment is due to reading Animal, Vegtable, Miracle: A year in food life by Barbara Kingslover. I recommend this book to every gardner and everyone who wants to eat healthier. I have learned a lot about food from this book and the way Kingslover writes about gardening has inspired me so much.
So this summer I'll be weeding, fertilizing, composting, watering, and eventually picking in our garden.