I had two days off in a row earlier last week so i got the fencing started:
Finished that today.
I planted the Okra, hot and sweet peppers and many of the tomatoes.
The larger Carmine Jewel cherry tree is doing well
It was in full bloom today with at least 5 types of bees plundering the blossoms.
It might be a bit on the early side to plant but it is rush time at my new job and i don't have another day off until the 25th. The weather forecasts claim night temperatures won't go below 45 F for the next 6 days. The black plastic heats the soil beneath a few extra degrees so i expect there to be something of a micro-climate going on.
I also got the 6 Pineberry plants installed in the empty spots in the strawberry bed that were left by the plants that didn't make it.
I'll put down a list of which tomatoes, peppers and etc i actually put in today, in another post.
I'm in for a 9 hour day tomorrow - one hour is a break, but for home improvement centers, this is like the second to last weekend before Christmas up here. Memorial Day weekend is considered the traditional 3 days of "getting the garden in" since we almost never have frosty weather after that. Though i have noticed by taking notes and referring to my blog that it is pretty darn safe about 3 weeks before that, give or take a few days.