This little Sebring Zucchini is one of only three that I was able to harvest this year.
Last year I had more Zucchini then I could handle. This year: nada.
Although I am pretty sure that there was a bad case of Vine Worm Borer running around the garden, it just goes to show that even the most vigourous plants require attention to soil conditions and sunlight position.
That's the great thing about gardening. Every year is a heap of new lessons learned, and new info to log away for future years. Even though this growing season had it's share of frustrations, it was a good time for experimentation and trial and error.
And, on the plus side, that little zucchini was pretty tasty.