Not the best pictures because I forgot to take them before the sun went down. What a day.
The arbor. Our grapevine is only a year old and look at it go! We tried to do a grapevine and a hops vine on the right side but the hops croaked.
One of the half-barrel gardens. Chard, strawberries and arugula which is done so I cut it all down. I expect next year this one will be all strawberries and I'll have to find another home for the chard.
I lost the brussels sprouts. It was an experimental vegetable and I didn't do much research on growing it. So, for future reference: 1) Brussels sprouts are best for the fall (cool-season vegetable). I planted mine early spring thinking that would work but I think it got too hot. 2) Brussels sprouts are picky. I need easy to grow vegetables (water once a day, forget to fertilize but still get veggies out of it) and these aren't so easy. 3) Aphids LOVE the leaves. I finally cut them all down because the infestation was so bad. Ladybugs didn't hang around and the insecticidal soap only worked for a couple of days. Oh well, there's still strawberries, tomatoes, peppers, chard and fennel. I think I need to check on the fennel because it a was another experimental vegetable for me. So far it looks ok.