The garden at my grandparents' farm has run a little wild this year, thanks to the copious amounts of rain that Kentucky has received--very unusual for this region in July. Nonetheless, the crops should be quite impressive this year. Isla was most interested in the tomatoes after her blueberry picking foray several weeks ago. Unfortunately, we only gathered approximately a pint of ripe cherry tomatoes since it has also been unseasonably cool. Tomatoes need lots of sun and heat to truly feel appreciated.
The sunflowers didn't seem to mind the rain at all. In fact, these were close to fifteen feet tall. Monstrous sunflowers, indeed!