So far everyone is liking their new homes. The seeds on the other half of the garden have not surfaced yet, but I still have hope that they will soon. Top left is the large garden, that has okra seeds, cayenne pepper seeds, Swiss chard seeds, poblano pepper seeds, white and purple bunching onions, black pearl pepper seedling, Sioux tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, concho peppers, tri-color peppers, and a few more tomato and pepper plants I can't remember the names for. Good thing I kept all their little name plates with them :).
The top right are the new succulents. I am very excited about these. I am told that these grow as a blanket plant and also flower. I can't wait to see how big they get!! The bottom left is the new strawberry bucket. I got the rusty bucket from my friend Carrie, and as soon as I saw I I KNEW that it would be perfect for my strawberry plants. I hope they enjoy their new home. I worked very hard making sure that the soil is loose, slightly sandy, full of nutrients, and I even shredded a couple of our newspapers and put that in as well.
The last picture is our parsley and basil plants, they too are very happy about their new home. When I bought them the other day they were happy and perky, then I brought then home and they started to get sad. As soon as I planted them they perked right up and have been reaching for the sky ever since.
I have one space left in the large garden yet to plant, haven't decided what to put there yet. In the back of the yard is our smaller garden which we use for a pumpkin and watermelon patch. Still need to plant those. I would like to also plant sunflowers, corn, and peas/beans along two of the edges of the pumpkin/watermelon patch.