Argh, it's raining again. The ground is very wet everywhere - driving to Montreal yesterday, I noticed a lot of puddles in the fields. Good thing I had a lot of manure piled into the garden this spring, so it's higher than the surrounding grass; also, I set my rows in mounds so that the veg plants would have a chance against the weeds - which also gives them a chance against flooding.
I'm up high though, top of a hill, so I'd be the last to have a flooded, soppy garden. I'm thinking this might be the case for a lot of people in Ont and Quebec so far this season.
On a positive note, we're eating fresh lettuce and mesclun salads, and there's tonnes of basil, thyme, parsley and oregano.
I wonder how the strawberries are doing - normally I've gone out to a local u-pick field and picked enough for freezing. Not yet, this year. :?