35 Tomato plants -- romas, juliets, marvel stripe, brandywine, sweet 100s, yellow pear, solarfire, sunpride, celebrity, bin 44 and a couple miscellaneous I can't now remember
42 Pepper plants - poblanos, habaneros, anaheim (green hatch), serranos, green bells, red bells, jalapenos, thai chilis
2 Zucchini - That will be more than enough
More corn than I can count at the moment--we're adding more every 10 days
28 Haricot verts
15 Red chard
Every herb you can think of--They have their own home on the opposite side of our property, but we do plant quite a bit of basil and chives in the veggie garden
Our five blackberry bushes look better than ever this year - We'll probably be doing quite a bit of freezing (and some canning of blackberry jam for my husband)
Marigolds take their place at the end of each raised bed--they add beautiful color and help confuse some of the not-so-sweet buggies
Everything looks just absolutely fantastic so far, but we'll see what weather God has for us. Sometimes the garden has been awesome in the past, and then a lovely storm with gusting winds and hail comes along and pelts holes in the tomato plants and blows over the peppers. We're just praying for good rains and glorious sun (we'll no doubt get the latter).
I'm tasting that rainbow platter of tomatoes already. Yummmmmmy!