I finally managed to snag warm-season transplants last week, and they're now in the ground (with the usual dance around spinach, lettuce, garlic, and the peas that are finally growing rapidly -- probably just to be zapped by hot dry weather).
Soon to follow are the direct-seeded warm season veggies, although not that many.
I sorted through my seeds today, matching up space to seed and will need to be careful. I'm mindful of climbing squash in the front garden looking AWFUL in mid-season, because of powderly mildew!
I think I'll sow pole beans of various sorts tomorrow, set up additional trellises, and do a woodchuck barrier in the lower bed, so it might actually be productive, too.
My gardening companion disturbed the woodchuck burrow this afternoon, but I know that s/he will have multiple tunnels. S/he ate our neighbor's tomato plants a couple of days ago. I wouldn't have thought that tomato foliage would be high on a woodchuck food preference list, but perhaps they're hungry...