Last night I dug three more holes, one in the backyard cutout area and two holes east of the lemon tree. I continued to hit significant asphalt and rocks, but the chunks weren't as big as around the redwood raised bed. Pesky, but not overwhelming.
In these holes my wife planted Black Krim, Brad's Black Heart and Nebraska Wedding.
She also planted Pierce's Pride and Sweet Baby Girl in pots.
My wife also watered the front yard tomato plants.
We're slowly but surely getting them into the ground. The upside -- the holes are deep and the debris is being removed. The downside -- it takes longer to plant and some of the remaining seedlings are getting very tall and potentially root bound.