With someone else running the show, that's how.
A friend of mine since 1970 visited to set up this year's version of the garden. And the weather cooperated with lots of sun and low 70's temps. With the help of my friend this will be the best yet, we will have twenty-four pots with tomatoes (Sweet 100s, Beefsteak and Roma); Peppers (Jalapeño, Cubinelle, and Bell); and Herbs (Basil, Oregano, Rosemary).
Pictures of the pots don't really tell the story, since the veggies are but seedlings right now.. We are learning about the subtle art of growing vegetables, and the benefits of using dechlorinated water, peat moss and lime. I await the sweet, fresh tomatoes, by July, I am told.
And our kitties have not been forgotten. A pot of the 'purrennial' plant Nepeta Cataria (aka: Catnip) is potted for their pleasure. Actually, it is for our pleasure as frisky felines Linus and Rigby act quite nutty upon a 'nip of 'nip. And it is not a controlled substance ----->
The best summer salad is the one with fresh Roma tomatoes, sliced thin with Mozzarella cheese, fresh basil with oil and vinegar. Or lightly dressed with just salt and pepper. Fresh vegetables from our garden just taste better.