My second year of vegetable gardening isn't much improved over my first. I had bigger beds but they were a lot of work to put in and I let the weeds get ahead of me. I've got nice cukes, okra and leaf lettuce but my tomatoes are small, though very sweet. The corn has immigrated to another garden along with the sweet peppers and snow peas. I'm happier with my wildflowers in the front yard. I have some marigolds mixing in with the wildflower mix I planted and together with shasta daisies and morning glories, they make a happy show. I thought the moth below, who is helping with pollination now that we've killed the honeybees, was lovely.