This is a "Cinderella" pumpkin. It's an heirloom type that grows rather large and quite red.
Here are two of the four cantaloupe seedlings. I can't wait for cantaloupe!!!
And the roses look lovely. I do absolutely nothing with this rose bush, and it is gorgeous.
I did have to buy several (many) tomato plants from the farmer's market, and I also bought 2 butternut squash, various sweet pepper plants, 3 beets, 3 radishes, and one pasilla pepper plant, which is the type of pepper I used in dried form in chorizo. It's raining now, but I do plan on counting exactly how many tomato plants I've ended up with. I think it is between 30 and 40.
And lastly, we had a great time yesterday at Holiday World. It was our first trip to an amusement park for the kids, and it went very well. All three had a good time, and no one got motion sick. (I did medicate Elijah beforehand, and he and I stayed off twisty rides. I admit that the third time I took Lydia on the carousel, I did get a bit queasy, but I got better.)