In the driveway - planted: Indeterminate tomatoes in large pots, Dwarf tomatoes in 5 gallon grow bags, Eggplant in 5 gallon pots or grow bags, the beginnings of the high priority peppers in 5 gallon pots or grow bags, four straw bales, testing tomatoes, peppers and eggplant.
In the big garden - planted: greens, lettuce, beets, squash, cukes, indeterminate tomatoes in the ground, pot or bales; dwarf tomatoes in bales or 5 gallon grow bags, and squash, cuke and melon seeds on bales.
On the deck: basil, chives, zinnias, greens, lettuce, and indeterminate tomatoes in large pots.
....which leaves - a few more dwarfs in bales and grow bags in the big garden, the rest of the high priority peppers in 5 gallon grow bags, lower priority eggplant and peppers in smaller pots (probably 2-3 gallon), and experimental ornamental hot peppers in 1 gallon pots, as well as a few more dwarf tomatoes in driveway straw bales.
After planting is complete (meaning starting on Thursday), it will be time to assess support of tomatoes, peppers and eggplant - meaning ladder climbing and stake pounding for the tall ones - the shorter stakes are easier. I am also going to bleach and detergent spray all stakes and cages that will be reused!
In coming blog entries I will start to talk about exactly what I am growing - which varieties, and why.