For some reason this year I feel like I have to push to catch up with what needs to be done in the garden. Hm, maybe I say that every year. The biggest problem has been that so much time is devoted to the digging of new raised beds. Sometimes I work on them oh, so slowly and sometimes, like when I'm feverishly trying to get in the squash plants before it's too late, I manage to dig them at quite a good pace. Thankfully, I am working on the very last one, so this should not be a problem next year. The bed is about 20 feet long and I've dug about 5 feet of it. Saturday I spent the morning digging enough of it to plant out the last two of my Burgess Buttercup seedlings. I found that one empty cell in my planter actually had a seed in it with a tiny tail sprout, so I planted it for fun to see if it turns into a plant or not. Then I planted a second round of beets in one of the garden's empty beds and planted out a new round of bok choy seedlings in the newly empty spinach bed.