It's hot -- 92 degrees is Ohio hot. I still made progress on planting and gardening. Below is an old kettle from my great grand parents. It was used to make apple butter back in the day. It now is retired from cooking due to a crack down the side, BUT it allows for draining and makes a great planter. It has marigolds and volunteer cilantro in it this year.
I accidentally bought the above Christmas cactus above at a clearance price. I thought they were the cactus that you would keep outdoors all the time. Guess they are the kind that doesn't tolerate below 32 degrees. I will have to bring them in for the winter. I did find the pink watering can to replant them.
The little flowerbed in front of the house is holding two tomatoe plants -- one slicer and one sweet minis. There's three sedum plants, spearmint, and lemon mint that I add to my teas. There's one sad little pepper plant. Yesterday I planted super tiny and cheap clearance begonias. I see the cats have already started to dig them out and bat them around... woohoo... NOT.