I am new to this gardener forum and I am new to gardening. I made my garden in the highest corner of my yard (I thought) and I am growing some vegetables and herbs. It is 16' x 8' and i did rows and hills. My kids decided it would be fun to lay in the dirt and then jump in the pool & do it over and over again. My husband tried to clean it but ended up having to drain it. For some reason the water went around my house to the front yard and flooded my garden. All of my rows were completely covered and the water went up the tops of my hills, covering the roots of all of my plants. The water was highly chlorinated. The green bean plants leaves fried the 1st day and now 2 days later all the leaves of all my plants are fried looking. The stems coming from the ground still look full of life but I am worried abt if they will recover and if they do is it safe for my children to eat chlorinated vegetables and herbs. Also, is there anything I can do to help my garden recover. This is my 1st garden ever and I planted everything from seeds. The vegetable plants were just starting to flower.