I got up early enough to catch a zucchini blossom (on the tiniest little zucchini plant that could!):
This is a dianthus plant that somehow sprouted again after the whole plant died over the winter:
The first flowers I planted from seed to bloom (besides the leafy vegetables, which have all bolted already!) are purple alyssum:
Cilantro flowers, which are just so pretty:
And the amazing mini rosebush, which just keeps shooting out flowers:
The Black-Eyed Susan vine is amazing:
I'm impressed that the bean plants produce when they're still so short -- the beans almost touch the ground!
I just had to put in a photo of the radish blossoms, since I think they're actually rather pretty:
First green tomato, on a Roma tomato plant:
Morning glories are slowly starting to climb:
Except this one, which decided it was just going to bloom from the ground -- how weird!
I was so excited to find seeds for shiso, touted as "Japanese basil" but with a much more complex and amazing flavor. You can see where I tried one of the leaves for authenticity. I'm pleased to report that it's totally the real thing.
And lastly, an adorable mini poppy bud. I hope they open before I leave, but I might miss them!