We planted all kinds of seeds in here - LOTS of tomatos (different varieties) and basil (sweet and thai), bell peppers, banana peppers, anaheim peppers, eggplant, thyme, sage, rosemary, tarragon, a couple varieties of squash, lettuce, brussel sprouts, artichokes, cucumbers, etc. A lot of other stuff we will start directly in the garden once it warms up. Things like melons, onions, corn, beets, birdhouse gourds and radishes will be started then. These seedlings will be going to live in their new home, a portable greenhouse, just as soon as we get it put together.
Right now, we have 3 beds finished in the garden and will probably do another small bed along the fence for some vining plants like the gourds. A couple of years ago in Tucker we planted ONE gourd seed and that one plant produced about 30 good sized gourds! We should be having plenty. They take about a year to dry out before you can make them into birdhouses though.
Oh - and we bought some additional dirt - lots of dirt. Now we have to get this:
up here to the garden beyond the fence.
Should be a fun work day! Who wants to come help?