The front half of the middle row consists of 4 large banana trees each with several young sprouts that will need to be split this coming spring.
This celery, I purchased as a 12 pack from the health food store. Each pod had more than one start, so I just planted all 70 of them. They are all doing great and we will have plenty of celery all winter. Today I removed the last of last summer’s celery
These are volunteer tomatoes which are mostly sweet 100 type and very prolific
These tomatoes are for the most part standard sized tomatoes I started the seed before I knew so many would volunteer.
Across from these tomatoes is the row I worked on today. I cleaned out the weeds and the tops that I was saving for seed. There are still 5 red cabbages down near the other end. Next week I will plant seeds in the other half of the row. There were also many toad holes and even one toad about 3″ long. Then I planted some basil and kale that should have been transplanted two weeks ago. Also I added carrot and lettuce seed.
There is a row across the back that is still half full of potatoes (we ate the other half) and I will probably put more carrots, possibly some beets etc back there.