Trobmone squash are growing more noticeably, now that the heat is ramping up. The leaves of this type of squash are pretty, with silvery-white markings along the veins.
There are tiny little tromboncino squashes on the vine, but it may be a while before they're big enough to pick. Need to research that again... I've forgotten when it's best to eat them, if you're going to harvest them green, which we are. Technically, I'm sure we could eat them right now, but they're so small it would be a waste to pick them just yet.
Here's another couple of the mini-squashes:
When I took these photos (June 2nd-- oops, got it wrong the first time and had to come back to fix it...), this particular vine-- our largest/tallest at the moment-- had just reached the next-tallest wire. Now it's over the top.
We've harvested a couple of yellow crookneck squash already, as well as a few handfuls of tomatoes-- some of each kind (cherry, grape, and 'Early Girl')-- and a few radishes, too.