My bed of many Asian greens is coming along nicely. Time to thin these seedlings!
I have a labeled diagram in my notebook, but this is an assortment of red and green komatsuna, tat soi, pak choi, Tokyo behana, red and green Chinese broccoli, and yukina savoy.
Also in progress, kale transplants I purchased, safely ensconced under row cover until threat of cabbage moth is past:
Time to give up on the okra and hope these turnip seedlings thrive.
We're flush with lettuce, with rows of radish, carrot, and some reseeded pak choi in between.