Here you can see the stalks of Sweet Corn. If you look closely you can see the reddish-colored corn silks of the ears of Sweet Corn on the sides of the stalks. Hopefully we'll be picking and eating some of this delicious Sweet Corn sometime around the 1st of August.
This is a close-up picture of a tassel at the top of a cornstalk. It has begun to drop the pollen, which lands on the corn silks at the top of the cobs, pollenating the Sweet Corn.
In this close-up picture of the corn silk at the top of the corn cob you can see the pieces of pollen which are stuck to the silk. Each silk is attached to a kernel of corn, and when the pollen touches that silk its kernel is pollinated, which means it will develop into an edible kernel of corn.
Take a look at these beautiful Brandywine Tomatoes ripening on the vine. They'll be on some lucky person's table in the very near future.
Here's a Charentais Melon that's peeking out from under the foliage. In just a few short weeks we'll be able to enjoy these sweet and flavorful melons.