Summer arrived last week, and it has been very warm/hot depending on your opinion. My opinion is that anything over 80 is quite hot, and I am not tropical. I was sweltering today. But yesterday I saw a man in town with a heavy winter coat and woolen hat on. Today, a friend was wearing a sweater in this 80+ heat. I read once where you can die of heat stroke at 80F. Today I got my last 4 tomato plants in. I have 14 or 15 tomato plants out there. I have about 9 pepper plants I think. I have no idea how many potatoes and other plants. I have not gotten a lot of things planted yet. Do tomatoes and peas get along? I HOPE so. I planted my tomatoes in with my peas. I read someplace that DILL is good for tomatoes, then this morning another website said no it is not good for tomatoes! I wish they would agree. I already scattered dill seeds out there around my garden, so I may have to transplant some of it if it all grows. I have peas planted all over the place. The packet had so many seeds. I still have peas in starter pots waiting for me to find them a spot. I don't think they get along with pole/runner beans, and I have some scarlet runner beans I was hoping to plant. I have some more cabbages sprouted, and a few of my carrots showed up. The radishes look good. How do I tell when they are ready? I have them in a container. My mystery squash or melon looks fabulous. I don't know what it is yet. I had tossed some seeds into my kitchen scraps and put them with compost and potting mix into a tub back when it was still cold out, and forgot what they are from. They sprouted anyway and have been doing great. We have had a lot of rain the last two weeks, so the grass is not mowed, and the weeds are going crazy. The heat and humidity is a LOT. I don't know the actual temperature, but it felt like way over 100F and I was soaked with sweat out there. I did not get much done today. The yard is soupy, and too soggy to mow. The daffodil leaves are turning yellow and brown now, so they can be mowed when I do the mowing again. The lavender, and garden sage, are doing good. I will plant garden sage anyplace I can find a spot. (except there are some plants it does not get along with) My new asparagus crowns finally sprouted. They are still tiny but up. The asparagus seeds are not yet up. I thought I had killed my old asparagus when I put down a lot of cardboard, and mulch in that area, but it is UP and doing great. So I will have two asparagus beds. I guess I better learn to like it? My fairy roses are blooming, and my 2d burgundy tea rose is blooming (the one by my garden that took a hit from the 55 ft elm in 2017. I finally found the picture and will try again to post it.) And my rosa Queen of Sweden is blooming. I hope St Swithun's will bloom soon. The mystery rose looks good but no blooms or buds yet. And another rose is not yet blooming. I forgot its name. I put some baby fairy roses in the spot where my old burgundy tea rose had died over the winter. I keep getting some dumb error message about java script, but don't know which tab it comes from. I hope y'all are well.