I made several pitchfork mounded rows and utilized free coffee burlap sacks to put down before I added the sawdust for the walking paths.
I ended up taking advantage of our local hardware store's sale on starts because even with the aid of Jr. Farmer's hand made cattle panel greenhouse, my starts were a flop. Late into May here, I planted almost 100 different brassicas starts - cabbages, kohlrabi, broccoli, Brussels sprouts & Chinese cabbage. Blue Hubbard squash was planted in two rabbit manure based mounds. I also added some herbs and celery to round out the mix a bit. Dad decided the cement mixer would stay there as "it looks like it's pouring out a garden!" I hope things fill out well and what we're both picturing comes about!
The most important thing I do when planting is ask for the Lord to bless our work with His wonderful abundance. I encourage you to do the same!
And they heard the voice of the Lord God walking in the garden in the cool of the day.... Genesis 3:8a