Here is a bed with 4 rows of carrots (and some crabgrass that needs to be removed). Carrots are slow growers so this is actually quite good growth for 2 weeks.
Here a row of sweet pepper transplants are coming along. The fence is leaning down over the side of this bed temporarily. Under the fence is a row of arugula (seems to be a bit slow in comparison to other things but it might not like the heat), and then some Asiatic lilies towards the back. I want to know their colour before I choose their place in the garden.
Not to be outdone, clearly somebody administered steroids to my Echinacea plants. Well, maybe it was the magic llama beans! For perspective, the clematis on the trellis is over 6 feet tall. There are some Joe-Pye Weed plants in the back, with the classic Echinacea in the front.
Here's a close up of the "Coconut Lime" Echinacea that has become one of my favourites. I love its cool colour and bushy blooms. Avant-garde clematis is in the background.