It's amazing how many vegetables I suddenly don't like when faced with a wall of seeds. Something I might pick up once a year at the market isn't as appealing when I consider a small crop of it. There was also space and planting depth to consider.
I got chives for a pot that I forgot to use on the last round of planting. They're hard to start, but once they take root you have chives forever. Then I got Roma tomatoes because, when I pulled out the watercress, I realized that the soil was still very rich and held moisture well. I'm doing a second one in place of the lettuces, but plants in that spot never make it more than one season. I don't expect it to last past November.
The boysenberry is doing extraordinarily well. All that rain this winter did wonders for it. I took this photo before it was in full bloom. Imagine at least twice as many white blossoms. I'm looking forward to eating more than one or two berries at a time. Pretty soon.