I took these photos yesterday. They enlarge when clicked on. In the upper left are the iris I planted. To their right are some cement blocks we dug out of the area. There are Mexican sunflowers, cactus zinnias, and fennel seeds planted in the area to the right of the white fence. The path still has some weeds, and next to them are some lettuce, radish, and kale seedlings.
In the lettuce/radish bed I planted 4 tomato, Hybrid Super Bush, and a couple Chianti Hybrid peppers I had started from seeds inside.
I planted some more salad fixings in the area after I thinned it.
I planted Yukon Gold, and I think, Viking potatoes. It's time to hill them. I plan to put leaves over them and see if I have some finished compost to put on them, or bags of top soil.
I didn't notice before that different kinds of potato plants have differently shaped leaves.
Next to the 3 beds of potatoes there is an area with onions (on the upper left of the pic), and then some romaine lettuce coming up. The rabbits in my garden love romaine, so I'm hoping there's enough for everyone, and they won't eat as much of the other plants.
The romaine and onions from the other direction:
A larger view from the side:
I'm not sure what this is growing next to the onions. Do you know? It reminds me of coneflowers or rudbeckias, but I'm not sure. It's awfully spready.
I have a row of Flash sunflowers at the far end, and a row of a type of large growing Russian sunflowers coming up.
To the side, near the onions, is a 4 by 4ish foot bed of salad greens I also thinned yesterday.
Well, it's 80 degrees, a degree warmer than when I sat down, so it didn't cool off a bit while I was putting this post together. I better go out anyway, and be thankful it's warm enough to garden! I hope you are enjoying some outside time!