A few or our Mammoths. The ones in the back are half the size as the front direct sowed flowers.
I can not complain about our pumpkins and watermelons. They have taken off with long runners growing inches each day and new blooms popping up to match the new growth. We have not had any problems at all. They have been very easy, except for the massive weeding that we need to catch up on again. They are in full sun, watered lightly every day and weeded when needed. (These are photos from yesterday clearly in need of weeding.)
Crimson watermelon leaves
A couple of the many Jack-O-Lantern blooms. Sorry about the weeds. They will have to wait until temps get below 100 again.
Ten foot of pumpkin vines and still growing.
A huge mound of pumpkin leaves! Most of them are around eight inches long.
A cute little weed (or I am guessing it is a weed) growing near the massive pumpkins. The tiny little flowers are too cute and only the size of an eraser at the end of a pencil.