Sometimes you have good garden years and some are horid. This is one of the bad ones and I can only put blame on myself. Last fall I thought it would be a good idea to get all bed loaded with manure to make it more productive, but I did not consider the acidity level that it would also create. And this year I'm paying the price. My soil is so acidic that nothing in the big garden wants to grow. At all. Only few weeds that seem to enjoy any kind of soil. And garlic. At least it's doing ok and starting to size up nicely so I'll have enough for winter and some to cook while still green.
Thankfully I still have small garden that is productive. Rain or not (we got over 7 inches of rain in June) I get to pick things here and there. Like red currants, peas, black raspberry that's just starting to come in while strawberries are almost done. Last of the peas were picked last week. And beans have just starting to come in. I'm glad I only planted some of them as they are very prolific.
Stop by Daphne's page to see how everyone else is doing on their harvests this time around.