Or rather everybody into the plot.
That’s just sad- an empty bed with a bag of good soil on top.
Time to fix that.
After a spot of weeding and digging- and weeding and digging- and… The bed was filled with the good new soil, and ready for planting.
I have those three black krim and three glaciers left, and it was time to plant them.
I did have to brush off some hitchhikers though- go be a spider somewhere else.
At first I was going to divide the tomatoes up into the two beds but then I thought- meh, lets save space.
On the bright side- my tomatoes ARE VERY VIGOROUS.
When I slid out the first Black Krim I was nervous that the root development wouldn’t be enough- NOT A PROBLEM!
So then it was just a matter of burying them as deep as they’d go, mounding up as much dirt as possible and giving them a good water and fertilize before mulching.
Mulching *and* staking as a couple of my larger ‘maters were already floppy.
I haven’t been gardening as much as I’d like because our weather went absolutely sideways. Bright sun coupled with random heavy downpours. It was a trip even for San Francisco. Now that this business is taken care of though quite a lot of my gardening is going to transition into maintenance and harvests which suits me just fine.
Still do have to fill that last bed though… stay tuned.