They're all still in pots on the deck. Get a lot of sun here, and far from most of the bug war in the garden.
That's what it feels like, down there. We ate all the young chinese cabbage last night, from that scattering I did by accident. Full of bug holes, but tasty nonetheless.
The bed they came out of still has plenty of amaranth greens, though it seems the insects are eating most of it. I sprayed last week an insecticidal soap. It seems to have knocked out most of the whitefly, aphids and cabbage worms (though not the egg-laying white butterflies of course). However I'm daily pinching off these striped beetles I never named but recognize well now, and there's cucumber beetles too.
In that same bed I have two benne (for sesame seed). Looking rather shabby.
Starting to pick some green beans.
Other side of the garden, zucchini are failing. They don't stay green but turn yellow and rot.
My big tomatoes are still on the vines, and some of the plants are regrowing green leaves. Lots of cherry tomatoes, but many are splitting.