Despite the "fancy" sprinkler we got, my garden is looking kinda sad too. (For some oddball reason or lettuce is doing awesomely though.
From left to right: peas, onions, peppers (green, jalapeno, and a mystery one that dad just appeared with one day and wanted planted), lettuce and the whole two carrots that survived whatever dug them up, and tomatoes.
And some stray weeds here and there.
My snapdragons are doing really good, but my hollyhocks.... bugs got into them, and the spray I usually use seems to have failed me.
Any suggestions? Is there something I can plant that will chase them off? haha
I've got some foxglove started in the house. I was going to plant a row of them in with the snapdragons, but with it being as dry as it's been, I think I'll keep them inside a bit longer.
"Mom's Garden" -- by which I mean, I do all the gardening work, and mom gets to 'decorate' it with all her weird stuff and call it her garden -- is growing pretty well. Likely because the two things I planted there are desert-loving plants and the groundcover is just a weed that I let take over (It's kinda pretty, and keeps the weeds down. I'm not complaining. xD)
My Ivy can't decide if it wants to wither up and die or stay alive. But it's still mostly growing, I guess.
This pair I inherited from my grandmother. I'm not sure why, but the flower-y one is loving this drought. I forgot to water it for a bit and it started blooming. The other one.... I really hope it'll spring back. I liked it.
I also have a couple rosebushes that are doing OK, and a Chinese Lantern plant that I'm ashamed of.