The shelling peas are really taking off. These are fun to watch. Sometimes the shoots will lift the seed (the pea) out of the soil. It can look a little bizarre.
Becca started several nasturtiums last weekend. These are versatile plants. The flowers and leaves are edible, and it acts as a “trap” plant for harmful insects. These are just starting to grow their distinctive round leaves.
Finally, something I haven’t featured in these updates. You’ve likely seen them in other pictures, but here are some Blue Lake 47 green beans. The pandemic has hit the seed companies pretty hard and I haven’t been able to find more seed for our favorite bush bean. Here I took the last remaining seeds and am growing a couple of plants for seed to use in the spring. Fingers crossed that I can get a decent batch before our first frost. The first bean has just started growing.