There are seedlings all over the section on the left, but my cell phone is only so skilled at detail-catching. Note on the white labels you see here: they are mini-blinds, cut to desired length. Recycled due to naughty, blind-destroying children :)
We're pushing the season this year a bit, trying to get things growing earlier in an effort to feed ourselves well, earlier! We have the following in the ground:
Five-Color Silverbeet (chard, but the pretty kind)
Swiss Chard (green stems)
Yellow Onion Seeds
Walla Walla Onion "starts" aka 6" tall sets
Amish Snap Peas
In the cold frame we have:
Velvet Queen Sunflowers
I am planting in a different way this year in an effort to stem harvest insanity this fall. The aim is for steady not sudden. These are things you ponder when you're up at midnight harvesting or canning - "how can I make this less crazy next year?!"
Next up, we're tracking down a rototiller and getting the "compost" area turned well and also tilling a 12'x60' +/- along one side of the lot, then the strip up front between the sidewalk and the street which is 4' x 120' +/-. The big, long sections will be planted in sweet clover to prepare for next years production (it's very first). I am REALLY excited about expanding our planting area by so much, next year is going to be amazing!