The hail wasn’t nearly as destructive in the garden as I had feared. It probably sounded way worse on the metal roof than it actually was.
Almost all the zucchini leaves had one little hole in them but I didn’t see anything else that had any damage at all.
That’s really no damage at all and I’m not complaining.
The yellow squash and Seminole pumpkins looked fine (excuse the weeds please!).
Those Seminole pumpkins will last an entire year if kept cool and dry so I’m hoping for an abundant crop of them. I don’t have to can them or freeze dry them – just lay them out on cardboard with towels, stick them in an extra bedroom and they’ll be good til next year’s crop. Wish all veggies were like that!