Yesterday, I stretched the water hoses into the garden. Even with the light rain, I have wilting plants. While I was in the garden, I dug all the potatoes (so the fire ants won't eat them during this dry weather), thinned carrots, and picked more green beans. Green beans are so sneaky. After I feel that I have picked every single bean from a section and move on to the next, I look back and there they are. - bunches and bunches of beans that I overlooked. Green beans like to be picked clean so they will keep producing so I go back and get those missed beans. Later, as I leave the garden, I look and there are still more beans on the vines. How does this happen? I have never thought about being an inattentive worker, but the proof hangs on the vine.
Rattlesnake beans will be next and they are easier to see.