In front of each large pot is now a Dwarf variety in a grow bag - I will use a short take in the large pot to provide support. Then I started a second double row of tomatoes - anchored on each end by a tomato in a 10 gallon pot. The double row has the small pot, extreme prune indeterminate tomatoes. In order to make room for all of this reorganization and pot movement, I went through all of my remaining seedlings - I've reserved from a few to most of each type for any final seedling sales and a bit of plant shipment, but the vast majority are now forming a double row on the lawn, all ready for donation to non-profit organizations.
On tap for Tuesday (tomorrow) - weather permitting is: staking the garden front row cherry tomatoes and large pot indeterminates along the driveway edge, as well as the small pot indeterminate tomatoes. Purchase of more planting mix. Planting the remaining small pot extreme prune indeterminate tomatoes (which will require some pot bleaching), and the rest of the Dwarf tomatoes (in new grow bags and some bleached old grow bags). I don't think I will make it to eggplant or peppers yet.....that will be a job for Wednesday and beyond!
I've included a few pics, and will perhaps do a video update - pictures/videos will speak much more clearly than text to show you what I am up to....
Top row - left to right - current driveway, lg pot indet with dwarfs and small pot indet, Dwarf Lemon Ice dwarf blossoms
next row - big garden front row, Sungold blossoms, remaining seedlings
next row - blueberries, Diva, lettuce in big garden
next row - more views of lettuce (which we are now picking big time!)
bottom row - water scarecrows in action near big garden, and protecting driveway garden