It's finally safe to plant up here (hopefully the last snowfall was last week), so I bought a bunch of heirloom tomatoes and am almost ready to go. I just have to finish cleaning up the beds so I can plant them.
Problem--someone (not I) planted a bunch of crap in my raised planting beds last year and didn't label anything except the big rosemary plant. And I let things go till this week (hadn't even stepped foot out in the back yard until--my poor neighbours must have been having a fit with how high the grass was) so there's stuff growing in there and I have no idea what's worth saving and what's a weed.
I think some of them are strawberries, but they are haphazardly planted and certainly are not planted in mounds. I'm pretty sure there's at least one garlic plant that already has a pretty big almost blooming flower.
Should I just dig everything up except the garlic and start from scratch?
Or should I keep stuff I think might not be weeds, and just hope for the best?
If I post photos of stuff, will anyone be willing to tell what it is?
I feel like I posted the same thing last year, and possibly the year before, but there's nothing like repeating oneself! I am at that age, after all.