The one ball squash are making a comeback. This one will be ready to eat in the next few days. These squash seem to be attacking the tomatoes too. Instead of hanging out from the garden box like I thought they would, they are leaning back into the tomatoes and making quite a jungle. Their prickly leaves have helped keep the little monster from getting too friendly, so I guess the jungle is a good thing.
We are having a problem with the sprinklers. These big beautiful blossoms catch so much water and then can't be pollinated. I went out this morning to drain the blossoms and found a dead bee in one. I need those bees, darn it! We don't have control over the sprinklers, but we did try to figure out how to change the schedule. The little timer thing says they are all off, so that's a little confusing. I'll keep my husband on that one. Maybe if we get the sprinklers to come on earlier, the blossoms won't be open yet. Worth a try, I guess.
I'm linking up with the barn hop!