grow baby grow

I am not feeling full of words, so I will let my pictures do the talking.  I hope that my planning will pay off in the long-run.  I also hope that the stormy weather in the last days did not kill my new transplants.  This is what is going on in my garden.

Lettuces, onions and salsify growing happily.

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Red cabbage, leeks and arugula, too.
The light garden fabric really makes a difference!

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All 20 asparagus plants are growing!

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Some plants are even sending up second spears.

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The strawberry plants are loaded with berries.

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 Bed #2 with a mix of herbs, eggplant and 2 sorts of peppers.

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Bed #2 filled with potatoes, peas, herbs and a few flowers.

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Bed #4 with 6 tomatoes, 4 peppers, a mixture of herbs
and room for 4 squash plants.

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Beds #2. #3 and #4

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Bed #7 with 8 tomatoes, 4 zucchini, some flowers and some herbs.

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Broccoli that will share a space with parsley, nasturiums and potatoes.

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A trellis for pole beans, 2 strawberry plants and some flowers.

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I thought I had dug up all the rhubarb.
I was wrong and I am sort of happy.

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The chives are getting ready to bloom.
I hope they reseed themselves.

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