With a raised bed garden, it’s easy enough to pick out the weeds when they’re still very small.
The tomato has flowers starting on it, although that wasn’t started from seed in the garden but was put in as a seedling. The beets are doing well, three of the five types of lettuce are thriving with the other two AWOL. The beans are doing well, at least, the ones that sprouted pointing up. That one that was curled down into the soil never got itself straightened up. It will probably be time to thin the lettuces pretty soon, I’m sure the bunnies will help with getting rid of the ones thinned out.
Joey’s tomato is being covered by Good Mother Stallard beans. There’s one Hanby’s watermelon in front of the beans. Some all green sugar beets in the back on the right, some other beets with the red stem in front, some carrots and the lightest color of lettuce. Pretty fast for three and a half weeks, I think? No fertilizer, just bunny manure.