The yellow summer squash, from a different seed packet than the ones that were failing before, is blooming. The leaves have white along the veins, which we’re guessing is bad, but on the whole they have perhaps some hope.
There are a lots of fruits on the peppers and tomatoes, although all are still fairly small, compact plants. There is a stealthy bug eating our tomatoes when they first start turning from dark green.
The basil is doing well enough to only look a bit thin after collecting two cups for pesto. One of our thymes is flowering, and so are the chives.