The poor bell peppers, corn and sunflowers are well.... not so hot.
This sunflower fell over, and the leaves are brown and gross. A lot of clean up to be down the next week or so. *sigh*
This is how my entire strawberry bed looks. I'll be pulling anything green out of it, and putting it into a pot on the screen porch for some extra attention for the rest of the summer. Hopefully I'll have enough to pull through for next years winter crop. If not I guess I'll be buying for the first time.... that I can remember in years and years.
The blackberry and blueberries were both hit pretty hard.
The blueberries had just flushed so this was a pretty major set back. I'm going to wait a couple weeks and then fertilize the heck out of them. There is still green leaves, just not much.
Probably the most devastating of all is the yard itself. Just look at that mess! The peach trees are definitely hurting, but I think they will be OK. I THINK they will make it. They are not happy by any means. I just hope they hang in there and still bear next year.
So far the destruction is mostly minimal. With the exception of the lawn. *cringe* And it's too hot to do anything about that until Fall or Spring. It just looks weird for now. The trellis is empty on one side and that is odd in and of itself and I don't usually pull out so much at once. If it was spring I could just put seed in a VIOLA! Have new plants but it's in the high 90's each day so it's not likely I'll replant much. Guess I just start working on the stuff for the Fall garden and make any changes I'm wanted to do now while I can.
Wish me luck!
'Till next time!