The idea of erecting farm fence posts with wire strung across as a trellis for cucumbers and foot-long beans has worked well. This year there have been fewer of those cukes that grew huge because you didn't see them in time to pick them when they'd be more tasty.
The tomatoes, despite a worrisome threat of blossom rot (ugh), have done well. Kudos to us for keeping up with weeding and training those vines to stay in their cages.
And the sunflowers, well, enough said.
Today was another harvest day. Have a look for yourself: