On Thursday my wife planted Redfield Beauty, Chinese Tea, Nyagous, Berkeley Tie-Dye and Specked Roman(1) in the "corner office" in the front yard.
On Friday my wife planted Kellogg's Breakfast in the "corner office". She planted Ella's Pink Plum, SunGold, Black and Brown Boar, Oaxacan Jewel, Dr. Wyche's Yellow, Speckled Roman(2) and Olga's Round Yellow Chicken Egg in the "koi pond" in the front yard.
Today we transferred Ella's Pink Plum to a container and replaced it with Noire Charbonneuse.
Also, I took out last year's SunSugar. It had done well during the winter cold but the March cold snap had put a mottled color on many of the leaves. The plant actually had a dozen or so tomatoes on it. Had it not suffered from the March cold snap we might have left it in. But I pulled it today.
I emptied three large pots and mixed it with some remaining compostable dirt. Then I refilled these pots and distributed them throughout the back yard.
Earlier this week my wife made a third raised bed in the backyard using some of our cinder blocks piled up on the side of the house, added compostable dirt and has planted. We're in the process of replacing our second raised bed with more of these cinder blocks.